Gerhard Spangenberg studied architecture at the TU in Berlin and has worked as a freelance architect since 1968. His inspiration draws upon the roots of creative modernity, his conceptions quietly focusing primarily on function as well as fundamental study of architectural possibilities. In the rebuilding of RADIALSYSTEM V, Spangenberg once again expressed his affinity for stages and theaters. Back in 2001, the city of Berlin commissioned for him to draw up plans for the restoration and rebuilding of the Staatsoper Unter den Linden. Other projects of Spangenberg have included the editorial office of die tageszeitung (1991), Allianz Treptowers in Berlin (1993-1998), the wastewater treatment plant in Waßmannsdorf near Berlin (1992-1998), the logistics building in Berlin Siemensstadt (1991-1994), the exhibiton architecture of ''Palast der Götter'' at Indisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem (1991-1992), and the restoration of the Altes Stadthaus in Berlin (1994-2001).
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