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Dreesman, Floris
Floris Dreesman studied at HFBK (Academy of Fine Arts) in Hamburg, where his teachers included Hinrich Baller, Heinrich Moldenschardt, Zaha Hadid, and Daniel Liebeskind. Many years of practical work as a design architect followed at Asmus Werner, Hamburg, and at Pitz & Hoh, Berlin. He won numerous competitions with these firms, e.g., for redesigning the Luther House in Wittenberg as a museum for the central permanent exhibition about Martin Luther and creating its new entrance hall. This project was awarded the Architecture Prize of the state of Saxony-Anhalt in 2004. Floris Dreesman has been working as a self-employed architect since 2003, e.g., as an exhibition architect for the firm Iglhaut+Partner on the project “ZeitSchichten” (“TimeLayers”) at Schloss Dresden.
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