Alexander von Tritschler

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Alexander von Tritschler.

Alexander Friedrich Albrecht Tritschler , from 1879 von Tritschler , (born February 10, 1828 in Biberach an der Riss , † April 25, 1907 in Stuttgart ) was a German architect and university professor .

Design for the new town hall in Stuttgart, 1894

Tritschler was a student at the Stuttgart Polytechnic . He was initially employed in the construction of railways and later became inspector of building structures. In 1860 he himself became a professor at the Stuttgart Polytechnic. As an architect, he was involved in the construction of various important structures. This includes, among other things, renovations to the old castle in Stuttgart , the Tübingen Thiepval barracks and several buildings of the Stuttgart Polytechnic.

He carried the title of building director and in 1879 received the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Württemberg Crown , with which the personal nobility was associated.

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Individual evidence

  1. Old castle. In: arch INFORM . (Text by Markus Golser).
  2. ^ The Thiepval barracks around 1900 on ( Memento from February 12, 2013 in the web archive ).
  3. Building in Keplerstraße on ( Memento from September 8, 2012 in the web archive ).
  4. Court and State Handbook of the Kingdom of Württemberg 1901. p. 37.