Otto Wagner

b. 13.07.1941 d. 11.04.1918

As a member of the Viennese Secession movement Wagner was a pioneering architect in Vienna and Europe known for his work in the Jugendstil style. Vienna is still full of Wagner’s work today including arguably one of the most famous Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) works of all time, the Karlplatz pavilions. whilst I was in Vienna I was lucky enough to visit three of Wagner’s great works, the Karlplatz pavilion, Majolica House and the Post Office Savings bank. These buildings are amongst my favourite buildings that I have been luck enough to see.

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