Berger, an Austrian architect and art director for films, was at first involved in the socialist housing construction projects of Rotes Wien (Red Vienna). He later worked art directing German-language films at Sascha-Film in 1920. Berger and his brother, Josef Berger, co-founded the Bimini-Werkstätten, which produced famed examples of blown and lampworked glass in Vienna. Berger was active designing textiles at the Wiener Werkstätte between 1923–36. He was the co-founder and professor at the Lehrinstitut für Tonfilmkunst (Institute for Sound-Film) in Vienna in 1933. After 1936, he immigrated to the Soviet Union and became active as an art director for the Soviet film company Meschrapom-Filmstudios.... more.

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