Max Dudler - Architect
Max Dudler is considered an architectural realist with a strict geometric style. He learned and developed this style from Oswald M. Ungers, in whose office he worked for many years. He became known for his grid facades created with glass, metal or stone, such as the development of the train station forecourt in Mannheim (1995) or his 1990s Berlin buildings (residential development garden complex Behrenstraße, 1996; BEWAG-Headquarters, Gendarmenmarkt, 1997; secondary school in Hohenschönhausen 1998); diocesan library in Munster (2005); guildhall in Reutlingen (2012).
In 2012 Max Dudler was awarded the DAM Prize for Architecture in Germany for the modification and expansion of Hambach Castle.