Emil Lorenz (architect)

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Emil Lorenz (born February 6, 1857 in Zwickau ; † November 5, 1944 ) was a German architect who worked mainly in Hanover until 1931 , but also in Peine .


During his studies in 1876 he became a member of the Erato Dresden singers . On October 14, 1887, he married the butcher's daughter Wilhelmine Johanna Maria Happe (born April 5, 1864 in Hanover; † November 11, 1928 in Hanover) from Hanover.

Works (incomplete)

The nurses' house shortly after construction on the Bult ; in the background the Holy Spirit pen ;
Postcard No. 530 , Karl F. Wunder , around 1898
The Caspar Bank, built between 1911 and 1912 and demolished in 2014, at Prinzenstrasse 23 , photo July 2014 with the writing of Niedersächsischer Städtetag


Web links

Commons : Emil Lorenz  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Sascha Hendel: Emil Lorenz (see under the section Weblinks )
  2. a b Compare the information under the GND number of the German National Library
  3. Paul Meißner (Ed.): Alt-Herren-Directory of the German Singers. Leipzig 1934, p. 22.
  4. a b c d e f g h i Helmut Knocke, Hugo Thielen: Emil Lorenz (see literature )
  5. ^ Rainer Kasties MA: sister house. In: Klaus Mlynek, Waldemar R. Röhrbein (eds.) U. a .: City Lexicon Hanover . From the beginning to the present. Schlütersche, Hannover 2009, ISBN 978-3-89993-662-9 , pp. 558f.
  6. Compare, for example, Rolf Hentschel (Branch Manager ): EY in Hanover , last accessed on August 12, 2014
  7. Reinhard Glaß: Goetze, Wilhelm Otto Gustav on the page glass-portal.privat.t-online.de , last accessed on August 12, 2014
  8. a b c Gerd Weiß: Stephansstift (Kirchröder Strasse 43–45). In: Monument topography of the Federal Republic of Germany , architectural monuments in Lower Saxony, City of Hanover , part 2, vol. 10.2, ed. by Hans-Herbert Möller , Lower Saxony State Administration Office - Institute for Monument Preservation , Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Braunschweig 1985, ISBN 3-528-06208-8 , here: pp. 80f .; as well as Kleefeld in the addendum : List of architectural monuments acc. § 4 ( NDSchG ) (except for architectural monuments of the archaeological monument preservation), status July 1, 1985, City of Hanover , Lower Saxony State Administration Office - publications of the Institute for Monument Preservation , p. 17ff.
  9. a b Conrad von Meding: Old houses in the city / “Demolition has to stop” / Two historic buildings are being demolished again in the city of Hanover. In view of the destruction in the Second World War and the disappearance of many other old houses to this day, Hanover's Monument Foundation demands that this must finally come to an end in the city center. In: Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung of September 16, 2013, last accessed online on August 11, 2014
  10. Claudia Turtenwald: Fritz Höger (1877-1949). Architect between stone and steel, glass and concrete. Dissertation, University of Münster, Münster 2003, p. 333.
  11. ^ Klaus Mlynek : 1928. In: Hannover Chronik , pp. 165ff .; Preview over google books