Carl Sattler

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Carl Sattler (born November 6, 1877 in Florence , Italy as Carlo Sattler ; † January 13, 1966 in Munich ) was a German architect and university professor . The painter Ernst Sattler (1840–1923) was his father.

Former Elmau sanatorium
Palais Porcia


Carl Sattler studied architecture from 1896 to 1898 at the Technical University of Dresden , among others with Paul Wallot and Cornelius Gurlitt . He then worked with his father-in-law Adolf von Hildebrand in Munich and Florence until 1906 . He then worked in his own architectural office in Munich. During the Munich Soviet Republic , Sattler was a member of the Artists' Council. From 1925 to 1933 Sattler was director of the Munich School of Applied Arts, succeeding Richard Riemerschmid . After the Second World War he was President of the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich from 1946 to 1947 .

Sattler built several buildings for the Kaiser Wilhelm Society .

His son Dieter Sattler (1906–1968) was also an architect and cultural politician. His grandson Christoph Sattler (* 1938) is a co-founder of the architectural office Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht . When Dieter Sattler played a key role in establishing the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts , Carl Sattler became a founding member in 1948.

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Web links

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Individual evidence

  2. ^ Winfried Nerdinger : South German building tradition in the 20th century. Architects of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts. Georg DW Callwey, Munich 1985, ISBN 3-7667-0771-X .