Expressionist architect who became known for the Glass Pavilion on the Cologne Werkbund Exhibition of 1914. He previously an Utopian eyesight for future years, as uncovered in his 1917 sketches for Alpine Structures. He been trained in Berlin, and he became a member of Theodor Fischer’s workplace in Stuttgart. He researched the garden-city idea in Britain upon the suggestion from the famed Hermann Muthesius. He was a distinctive Modernist for the reason that, being truly a painter, he used color. He was created in Konigsberg, the administrative centre of Prussia. He was the initial non-Muslim to become buried in Istanbul’s Edirnekapı Martyr’s Cemetery. He was familiar with architect Walter Gropius.