Richard Borrmann (27 December 1852 in Graudenz – 26 March 1931 in Berlin) was a German architect and classical archaeologist. He was involved in the German Archaeological project at Olympia, Greece. From 1874 to 1878 he studied at the Bauakademie in Berlin, later serving as a professor of architectural history at the Technical University Berlin (1903–1921). He specialized in ancient architectural history, and also made significant contributions in the field of Islamic art history, of which, he performed studies of its decorative architectural elements from ancient to modern times.

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  • Richard Borrmann (* 27. Dezember 1852 in Graudenz; † 26. März 1931 bei Berlin) war ein deutscher Bauforscher und Bauhistoriker. (de)
  • Richard Borrmann (27 December 1852 in Graudenz – 26 March 1931 in Berlin) was a German architect and classical archaeologist. He was involved in the German Archaeological project at Olympia, Greece. From 1874 to 1878 he studied at the Bauakademie in Berlin, later serving as a professor of architectural history at the Technical University Berlin (1903–1921). He specialized in ancient architectural history, and also made significant contributions in the field of Islamic art history, of which, he performed studies of its decorative architectural elements from ancient to modern times. (en)
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  • Richard Borrmann (* 27. Dezember 1852 in Graudenz; † 26. März 1931 bei Berlin) war ein deutscher Bauforscher und Bauhistoriker. (de)
  • Richard Borrmann (27 December 1852 in Graudenz – 26 March 1931 in Berlin) was a German architect and classical archaeologist. He was involved in the German Archaeological project at Olympia, Greece. From 1874 to 1878 he studied at the Bauakademie in Berlin, later serving as a professor of architectural history at the Technical University Berlin (1903–1921). He specialized in ancient architectural history, and also made significant contributions in the field of Islamic art history, of which, he performed studies of its decorative architectural elements from ancient to modern times. (en)
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