Heinrich de Fries was primarily a publicist and also a leading architectural critic. His main interests were the new trends in architecture in the years after World War I. His studies brought him to Hannover, Düsseldorf, Charlottenburg and Bonn. In 1929, he designed an extension of the Reichstag building in Berlin together with Emil Fahrenkamp, but it was not built due to the Great Depression.
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|1928 Summer||40||Amsterdam||Art Competitions||Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs||Germany||GER||AC|
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