Johann Arnold Nering
German architect (1659-1695)
Johann Arnold Nering or Nehring (13 January 1659 in Wesel – 21 October 1695 in Berlin) was a German architect active in the Electorate of Brandenburg.
He worked for Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, and Frederick I of Prussia. In his time he created the Linden-Markt, today known as Gendarmenmarkt and most beautiful square of Berlin, as well as Charlottenburg Palace, the royal residence of the Hohenzollern family in Berlin.