comes from, here’s an answer: it was called the „Johannes-Kepler-Polytechnikum“. But who was Johannes Kepler?
Friends of high-speed-internet will answer this question fast and easy by e.g. the means of wikipedia:
> Johannes Kepler auf wikipedia
But nothing replaces the real thing! So, as Kepler comes from Graz, my dear friend and colleague Prof. Erich Proedl sent me this wonderful plate, „the real thing“:
It’s like architecture: we can open the www and surf many sites, looking at tons of pictures, but nothing replaces the visit on-site. So go and meet architecture with open eyes, next door and on the other side of the planet.
Go see the real thing!