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Otto Wagner, Nussdorfer Wehr, Vienna

Otto Wagner und seine allgegenwärtige Architektur in Wien

Otto Wagner - Post Office Savings Bank Building in Vienna.

Spotlight // June 2013 Design News.

Post Office Savings Bank Building in Vienna, designed by Otto Wagner. Otto Wagner is an Austrian architect, furniture designer, interior decorator and artist. He is generally held to be a founder and leader of the modernism in European architecture.

Majolikahaus, designed in the Viennese Secessionist style by Otto Wagner, Vienna, Austria, 1898-99

AD Classics: Majolikahaus / Otto Wagner

Wagner,Otto, architect  Depeschenbuero "Die Zeit" 1902 (reconstruction) (Telegraph office "Die Zeit"), demolished around 1908, reconstructed for 1985 exhibit "Dream and Reality" in Vienna

Wagner,Otto, architect - Telegraph office "Die Zeit", built demolished reconstructed for 1985 exhibit "Dream and Reality" in Vienna

The Architect’s Eye: Architect Otto Wagner’s Modernist Marvels in Vienna The entrance to Villa Wagner 2

The Architect’s Eye: Architect Otto Wagner’s Modernist Marvels in Vienna

The Architect’s Eye: Architect Otto Wagner’s Modernist Marvels in Vienna The entrance to Villa Wagner 2 GUERIN emma

Detail of the facade of Kirche am Steinhof, a church on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital (!) in Vienna.   Designed by Otto Wagner, 1907

balticavenue: Detail of the facade of Kirche am Steinhof, a church on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital (!) in Vienna. Designed by Otto Wagner, 1907 Angel Figures by Secessionist metal sculptor Othmar Schimkowitz Photo by kewing

Karlplatz Vienne - Otto Wagner.Art Deco was a style that can out of Paris in the mid 1920's. It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the 19th century Regency and Empire

Art Deco was a style that can out of Paris in the mid It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the century Regency and Empire green door

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