Oskar Kaufmann

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ABOUT

Oskar Kaufmann (2 February 1873 - 8 September 1956) was a Hungarian-Jewish architect. He was an expert in construction and design and was active in Berlin beginning in 1900. Among his best-known works are the Krolloper, the Hebbel Theater and the Renaissance Theater, all in Berlin, the Neue Stadttheater in Vienna, and the Habima Theater in Tel Aviv.

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Sex

male

Date Of Birth

02.02.1873

Age

83

Date Of Death

22.06.1956

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