Hermann Philipp Wilhelm von der Hude (2 June 1830 in Lübeck – 4 June 1908 in Berlin) was a German architect. von der Hude trained under the Berlin architect Friedrich August Stüler. In 1860 he formed a long-lasting partnership with Julius Hennicke (1832 - 1892). Both had trained at the Berlin Bauakademie under Stüler and Friedrich Ludwig Persius, putting them firmly in the direct influence of Karl Friedrich Schinkel and the "Schinkel school". Latvian architect Karl Felsko worked for von der Hude and Hennicke in the 1860s.

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  • Hermann Philipp Wilhelm von der Hude (* 2. Juni 1830 in Lübeck; † 4. Juni 1908 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Architekt des Historismus. (de)
  • Hermann Philipp Wilhelm von der Hude (2 June 1830 in Lübeck – 4 June 1908 in Berlin) was a German architect. von der Hude trained under the Berlin architect Friedrich August Stüler. In 1860 he formed a long-lasting partnership with Julius Hennicke (1832 - 1892). Both had trained at the Berlin Bauakademie under Stüler and Friedrich Ludwig Persius, putting them firmly in the direct influence of Karl Friedrich Schinkel and the "Schinkel school". Latvian architect Karl Felsko worked for von der Hude and Hennicke in the 1860s. (en)
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  • Hermann Philipp Wilhelm von der Hude (* 2. Juni 1830 in Lübeck; † 4. Juni 1908 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Architekt des Historismus. (de)
  • Hermann Philipp Wilhelm von der Hude (2 June 1830 in Lübeck – 4 June 1908 in Berlin) was a German architect. von der Hude trained under the Berlin architect Friedrich August Stüler. In 1860 he formed a long-lasting partnership with Julius Hennicke (1832 - 1892). Both had trained at the Berlin Bauakademie under Stüler and Friedrich Ludwig Persius, putting them firmly in the direct influence of Karl Friedrich Schinkel and the "Schinkel school". Latvian architect Karl Felsko worked for von der Hude and Hennicke in the 1860s. (en)
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