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In 1901 Paul Bonatz finished his architectural education at Munich Technical University and became the assistant of Theodor Fischer at Stuttgart Technical University. In 1908 he took Fischer’s seat. Bonatz’s architectural understanding and style was inspired by Fischer and tended towards classicisim. Bonatz improved his principles in a modern way and created a refined monumentalism using simple shapes. This style can be seen in his early projects like the Hannover City Hall and Stuttgart Terminal, as well as his bridge designs of the 1930s. He was a leader and supporter of the Second Nationalist Architecture style while in Turkey in the 1940s and took part in jury committees for competitions including those of Anıtkabir and İstanbul Radio House. Bonatz also taught at ITU Architecture Faculty between 1946 and 1955, and is renowned for important projects such as the Saraçoğlu Houses and the opera building in Ankara.

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Paul Bonatz, 1901’de Münih Teknik Üniversitesi’nde öğrenimini tamamladıktan sonra, Stuttgart Teknik Üniversitesi’nde Theodor Fischer’in asistanı olarak çalıştı ve 1908’de onun yerini aldı. Mimari anlayışı, Fischer’in yanında klasisizm doğrultusunda şekillendi; Bonatz, bu ilkeleri modernleştirerek uygulamayı sürdürdü. Hannover Kent Salonu ve Stuttgart Garı (1917) gibi büyük ölçekli yapılarında gözlenen rafine anıtsallık, 1930’larda tasarladığı köprülerde de kendini gösterdi. Türkiye’de bulunduğu 1940’larda, İkinci Ulusal Mimarlık akımını destekledi. 1945-1955 yıllarında İTÜ Mimarlık Bölümü’nde ders veren ve Anıtkabir ile İstanbul Radyoevi gibi projelerde jüri üyeliği yapan Bonatz, Saraçoğlu Memur Evleri ve Ankara Opera Sahnesi gibi önemli projelere imza attı.

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