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Building of architectural value
Location type: Building of architectural value
Location address: Germany, Bremen, Bremen
Number of texts: 4
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The Atlantis House (German: Haus Atlantis) on Böttcherstraße in the old town of Bremen in the north of Germany is an interesting example of German architecture in the interwar period. Designed by Bernhard Hoetger, it was completed in 1931. After suffering serious war damage, it was rebuilt in 1965 with a new facade designed by Ewald Mataré.

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The Atlantis House is named after the legendary continent “Atlantis”. It was built in 1930/21 by Bernhard Hoether but got destroyed by fire during the war in 1944. The sculptor Ewald Mataré reconstructed the facade in 1965. It is a hotel since 1988. This house is one of the most interesting examples of German architecture of the 1930s. Especially the staircase and the “Himmelssaal” is worthwhile to have a look at.

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Haus Atlantis, designed by Ewald Mataré.

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View on the Haus Atlantis from the main street Martinistrasse.

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