Ruin to reunion: Neues Museum

Author: Julien Harrap

Date published

29 October 2019

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Ruin to reunion: Neues Museum

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Date published

29 October 2019

Author

Julien Harrap

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Author

Julien Harrap

Jullien Harraps talks about the unique history of the Neues Museum in Berlin, Germany.

This presentation was first given by Julien Harrap at a symposium on 29 October 2019 entitled 'The fire at Notre-Dame: how should we respond?' organised by the History Study Group.

A series of presentations discussed the cultural variations of approaches to restoring national monuments through examples in history.

Speaker

Julian Harrap is Director of Julian Harrap Architects LLP. He was educated and undertook his architectural training under the tutelage of Sir Lesley Martin, Sir James Stirling and Sir Colin St John Wilson.

He established his own practice in 1973 and has developed a particular knowledge and understanding of the design, technology and materials employed in the conservation of historic buildings and landscapes.

 

Ruin to reunion: Neues Museum

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Video Length:
26:02

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