Otto March: German architect (1845 - 1913) | Biography
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Otto March
German architect

Otto March

Otto March
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Intro German architect
Was Architect
From Germany
Field Engineering
Gender male
Birth 7 October 1845, Charlottenburg
Death 1 April 1913, Charlottenburg (aged 67 years)
Father: Ernst March
Children: Werner MarchWalter March
The details (from wikipedia)


Otto March (1845–1913) was a German architect and father of architects Werner March (1894–1976) and Walter March (1898–1969). Numerous residential and commercial buildings and churches throughout Germany were built on March's designs. He designed the Deutsches Stadion (Berlin), built for the 1916 Olympic games. March's sons Werner and Walter designed the Olympiastadion (Berlin) for the 1936 Olympic games. Otto March is credited with cultivating the interest of his young nephew Werner Hegemann in city planning. Hegemann became an influential city planner, author, critic of the Nazis, and editor of the influential architectural journal, "Wasmuths Monatshefte für Baukunst." March died in Berlin in 1913.

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