Dieter Bahlo

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Dieter Bahlo (born February 20, 1938 in Bad Harzburg ; † June 23, 2015 ) was a German architect .


After attending the Werner von Siemens high school in Bad Harzburg, he completed an internship as a bricklayer and concrete worker . In 1958 he began studying architecture at the Technical University of Hanover . After receiving a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation in 1961 , he went on a four-year study trip to the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Italy, France, Greece, Israel and Switzerland. In 1965 he passed the main diploma examination and became a research assistant in the location research work group with Wilhelm Wortmann and Clemens Geißler . With Wortmann's successorHe was Friedrich Spengelin 1966–1968 as a research assistant at the chair for urban development, housing and regional planning.

After winning first prize in the competition for the administration building of H. Bahlsen Keksfabrik KG in Hanover, he founded the architectural office BKSP together with Jörn Köhnke (* 1940 in Hamburg), Hans Stosberg and Klaus Stosberg . 1969/1970 he had a teaching position at the Technical University of Hanover.



  • Hermann Boockhoff and Jürgen Knotz: Architecture in Hanover since 1900 , Callwey-Verlag, Munich 1981, ISBN 3-7667-0599-7 , pp. A 16, A 30, A 32, A 38, A 39, A 40, A 41 , A 42, D 11, I 15, L 35, M 22, N 8.
  • Wolfgang Scheider, Wilhelm Meyer: Contemporary architectural concepts. 1983, p. 17.

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Individual evidence

  1. Prof. Dieter Bahlo. In: arch INFORM .
  2. BDAblogNDS | Building in one place: Dieter Bahlo (1938-2015). In: Retrieved June 13, 2016 .