Max Taut

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English: Max Taut (15 May 1884 in Königsberg — 26 February 1967 in Berlin) was a German Architect. Max Taut was the older brother of Bruno Taut and in the 1920s built office buildings for the Trades Unions. He was a member of the Gläserne Kette, The en:Novembergruppe and the avant garde architectural think-tank the en:Zehnerring. His most important works include Bookprinter's Building, Berlin (1924-1926) in Dudenstraße, Berlin and the Department store of consumer cooperatives (1929-1932) at Oranienplatz.

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