Gottfried Böhm is one of the most significant architects of the post-war era. The only German to win the Pritzker prize, he became famous for his church buildings such as the Church of the Pilgrimage at Neviges. Yet his work encompasses the whole range of modern building activities, from single-family housing to urban development. The town hall in Bensberg, the residential development in Cologne, the town halls in Rheinberg and Bochholt and the Zublin corporate headquarters in Stuttgart, each is a testimonial to Bohm’s individuality. Of his more recent works, the Deutsche Bank in Luxembourg and the media and business premises of the WDR in Cologne are amongst the most important. Bohm’s works demonstrate a high degree of sensitivity for the differing conditions of the location, whilst maintaining their own firm and unmistakeable character. The present volume is a compendium of Gottfried Bohm’s most important buildings and projects, complemented by biographical details, a list of works and a bibliography.