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Haus Des Volkes- Probstzella
Haus Des Volkes- Probstzella
  • Author: henny vogelaar Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-09-09 10:29:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'33"N - 11°23'8"O
  • I love the B & W version ..... but I also want to show the colors of this building......;-))
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Blue Room, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
Blue Room, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 14:50:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'46"N - 11°22'55"O
  • "The House of the People in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry)
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Northwest façade, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
Northwest façade, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 17:03:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'47"N - 11°22'54"O
  • "The House of the People in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry)
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BESENRAUM, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
BESENRAUM, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 20:01:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'46"N - 11°22'55"O
  • The broom room. An example of the use of this special Bauhaus font that was exclusively designed for all letterings in the hotel. "The House of the People in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry)
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Pavillion, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
Pavillion, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 20:11:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'48"N - 11°22'56"O
  • "The House of the People in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry)
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Staircase, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
Staircase, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 16:35:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'46"N - 11°22'55"O
  • "The House of the People [Haus des Volkes] in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry) photo in Explore 30.07.2018
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246 010 HVLE | Lauenstein (DE)
246 010 HVLE | Lauenstein (DE)
  • Author: Andrea Frigerio - gigi260890 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-04-20 10:51:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°30'23"N - 11°22'16"O
  • Un treno di tramogge cariche di calce proveniente dalle cave di Rübeland, i cui traffici sono totalmente in carico alla società HVLE da diversi anni, percorre lentamente le curve della Frankenwaldbahn in salita verso Steinbach a.Wald, passando sotto al piccolo borgo di Lauenstein dominato dall'omonimo castello sulla cima della collina. A train of hoppers loaded with lime coming from the Rübeland quarries, whose traffic are completely handled by HVLE since several years, runs slowly along the curves of the Frankenwaldbahn uphill towards Steinbach a.Wald, passing under the small village of Lauenstein dominated by the homonymous castle on the top of the hill.
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300.28, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
300.28, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
  • Author: Bart van 't Grunewold Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1991-04-30 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'43"N - 11°22'57"O
  • Loc 151 007 van de DB is zojuist aangekomen in Probstzella met trein D 302 van München Hbf via Halle naar Berlin Hbf, met koerswagens uit Stuttgart Hbf. Er zal hier locwissel naar loc 132 376 van de DR plaatsvinden, 30 april 1991. Lok 151 007 der DB hatte gerade Einfahrt in Probstzella mit dem Zug D 302 von München Hbf über Halle nach Berlin Hbf, mit Kurswagen aus Stuttgart Hbf. Hier wird Lokwechsel stattfinden auf Lok 132 376 der DR, 30. April 1991.
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300.29, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
300.29, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
  • Author: Bart van 't Grunewold Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1991-04-30 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'43"N - 11°22'57"O
  • In Probstzella heeft loc 132 376 van de DR zich zojuist voor trein D 302 geplaatst (route van D 302: van München Hbf via Halle naar Berlin Hbf, met koerswagens uit Stuttgart Hbf). Zij vervangt loc 151 007 van de DB, die de trein over de Frankenwaldbahn tot hier heeft gebracht, 30 april 1991. In Probstzella ist Lok 132 376 der DR gerade vor dem Zug D 302 rangiert (Laufweg des D 302: von München Hbf über Halle nach Berlin Hbf, mit Kurswagen aus Stuttgart Hbf). Sie ersetzt gerade die Lok 151 007 der DB, die den Zug über die Frankenwaldbahn bis hier gebracht hat, 30. April 1991.
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300.31, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
300.31, Probstzella, 30 april 1991
  • Author: Bart van 't Grunewold Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1991-04-30 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'38"N - 11°23'8"O
  • Loc 151 007 van de DB staat in Probstzella gereed voor vertrek met een goederentrein richting Lichtenfels. Op het perron is nog de muur te zien, die de 'Grenzübergangsstelle' (de sporen 1 en 2) afsloot van de rest van het station. Let op de pinguïn die links bij de draaischijf staat , 30 april 1991. Lok 151 007 der DB steht zur Ausfahrt in Probstzella mit einem Güterzug in der Richtung Lichtenfels. Auf dem Bahnsteig ist noch die Wand zu sehen, welche die Grenzübergangsstelle (die Gleise 1 en 2) von dem Rest des Bahnhofes abriegelte. Bitte beachte die Pinguine, die links bei der Drehscheibe steht, 30. April 1991.
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Steam at Oberloquitz
Steam at Oberloquitz
  • Author: ƒliçkrwåy Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1992-05-08 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'38"N - 11°21'52"O
  • May 1992 and I'm down in south east Germany at a Plandampf event. Literally meaning 'Scheduled Steam', a number of scheduled passenger and freight trains were switched to steam haulage for three or four days. That's right, only if you paid the fee did you get the timetable. And for that we were given information on various vantage points, such as this nice clear vista between Saalfeld and Probstzella. The loco here 44 1093-2 was built near Vienna in 1942 and has the 2-10-0 wheel arrangement appropriate for heavy goods work. Oberloquitz, Thuringia, Germany 8th May 1992 Pentax MX, Kodachrome 64 19920508 42821 44 1093-2
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Ticket booth, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
Ticket booth, Bauhaus Hotel Probstzella
  • Author: Alexander Dülks Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-02 16:53:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'46"N - 11°22'55"O
  • "The House of the People in Probstzella (Thuringia) was built from 1925 to 1927 on behalf of the industrialist Franz Itting by Alfred Arndt and Ernst Gebhardt as a hotel and cultural center. The interior was completely designed by artists of the Bauhaus Dessau, it is the largest Bauhaus ensemble realized in Thuringia. [...] The House of the People in Probstzella is one of the few realized examples of Bauhaus architecture in Thuringia. The exterior of the building is a hybrid of a traditional saddle-roof structure, which still has a modern look. Inside, the design is free, and thus it is one of the few realized examples of complete interior fittings of the Bauhaus workshops. When Arndt moved to Dessau with the Bauhaus in 1925, he made friends with Gotthardt Itting, the son of the Thuringian entrepreneur and leading SPD member Franz Itting. Itting built during this time in Probstzella, located on the southern slopes of the Thuringian Forest and fast train station on the route Nuremberg-Berlin, a hotel with a large hall, which had the character of a People's House and at the same time should stimulate tourism in this region. Arndt saw the very conservative plans of the Saalfeld architect Klapproth and was able to convince the client that a more modern building would be better for his purposes. After the inspection of the shell, which already stood, Klapproth was compensated, and Arndt took over the construction. From April 1926 Arndt was almost exclusively in Probstzella, although he remained enrolled at the Bauhaus. [...] Fabrics, furniture, lamps, door handles, everything was created in the Bauhaus workshops. The furniture comes from Arndt, Gebhardt and Breuer, the fabrics and curtains from Marlis Heumann, the lamps from the metal workshop, the furniture fabrics from the Bauhaus weaving mill and the colorful design by Alfred Arndt. [...] Arndt could not change the architecture of the building any more. Despite the cleansing of the façade, the House of the People remained a representative building with striking middle emphasis and some expressionistic details, as can be found in many buildings of this type and purpose throughout Germany. His revision of the plans has certainly contributed to a modern look, but shows that even where he had a free hand, such as in the restaurants, the claims of such an operation in a peculiar manner rub the design principles of the New Building [Neues Bauen]. His architecture is not boastful, modern, rather reserved and determined by the structural conditions of the building, which are highlighted by color design. The interior decor consciously dispenses with the aesthetic exaggeration that can be found in the simultaneous work of Breuer." (translated from German Wikipedia entry)
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Burg Lauenstein
Burg Lauenstein
  • Author: moritzsee Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-04 14:59:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°30'47"N - 11°22'10"O
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deutschlandreise11
deutschlandreise11
  • Author: bahnfan84 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-26 12:01:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'41"N - 11°23'1"O
  • 411 017 "Erlangen" als ICE 1207 (Berlin Hbf (tief) 08:28 - München Hbf 14:46) am 26.02.2017 bei der Durchfahrt in Probstzella
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deutschlandreise15
deutschlandreise15
  • Author: bahnfan84 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-26 12:36:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'30"N - 11°23'30"O
  • 151 059 als Nachschublok am Sonderzug DPE 20102 (Gera Hbf - Probstzella - Lichtenfels) am 26.02.2017 bei der Abfahrt in Probstzella
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