Garnisonskirche. Ulm, Germany
1910. Theodor Fischer
Joseph Maria Olbrich (Austrian, 1867 – 1908)
Prediger-haus, Darmstadt, Germany, 1904
In 1899, the Grand Duke of Hesse donated land and funding for artists to construct a group of Jugenstil houses and artist studios to demonstrate life in harmony with art. The Darmstadt Artist Colony houses were opened to the public in a series of exhibitions from 1901-1914.
The idea of Fort Drum was created after the Spanish–American War in 1898 when the Board of Fortifications decided that the United States needed to better fortify overseas territories, especially harbors. One of the primary areas that the Board of Fortification decided to focus on was Manila Bay in the Philippines. Originally, the fort was to be the control center for a mine network across the Bay. However, due to inadequate defenses in the area, a plan was devised to level the island and then build a massive fortification.
Fort Drum, the concrete battleship on El Fraile Island
Forestry building, Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, 1905 (lost in a fire)
béla lajta – einsegnungshalle des jüdischen friedhofs, salgótarjáni, budapest, 1908
The same building in 2017: still standing, but without roof / dome.
franz matouschek – haus von manó rákos, budapest, 1909