Johann Arnold Nehring
architect; d. 1695.
Nehring probably came to Berlin from Holland, and was associated with Matthias Smids. Among his important buildings are the Reichsbank (National Bank) in Berlin, and the Schloss at Oranienburg. He began the construction of the Zeughaus in Berlin, which was continued by Jean de Bodt. The designs for this fine building are supposed to have been made by François Blondel.