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          Interview with Klaus Hübotter, Developer and Patron in Bremen

        Abstract
        Following a period as a developer of housing projects, Klaus Hübotter has made a name for himself since the 1980s as a developer who formulates and implements inventive concepts for re-use projects in Germany and Eastern Europe. Re-use emerges as a choice of principle for him, inspired by an explicitly expressed vision of social developments and post-war urban planning. Hübotter, who has formulated his vision of building and development in a series of books, has received an impressive array of awards and honours for his contribution to the culture of building and for his cultural activism, and in in this issue of OASE he emerges as a model of highly socially and culturally engaged patronage.
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        Citation
        Grafe, C. (2010). Patronage and Cultural Activism. Interview with Klaus Hübotter, Developer and Patron in Bremen. Commissioning Architecture, OASE, (83), 73–78. Retrieved from https://www.oasejournal.nl/en/Issues/83/PatronageAndCulturalActivism

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