House Neuburg (Wuppertal)
The Neuburg House or Neuburg'sche House was built in 1831/1832 (according to another source, 1845) by the Schinkel student, the Elberfeld master builder Johann Friedrich Below Schrievers (1788–1864). It was in the Wuppertal Luisenstrasse (house address Luisenstrasse 50-54 ) and was one of the most beautiful classicist houses in Elberfeld. The thirteen-axis house in Neuburg had a five-axis portico in the middle .
The listed building was destroyed in an air raid on Elberfeld in 1943 .
- Hermann J. Mahlberg , Hella Nussbaum (Ed.): The departure around 1900 and the modern age in the architecture of the Wuppertal. Afterglow of an era (= contributions from the Research Center for Architectural History, Monument Preservation and Industrial Culture of the Bergische Universität Wuppertal. Vol. 15). Müller + Busmann, Wuppertal 2008, ISBN 978-3-928766-87-6 .
- Mahlberg, Nussbaum (ed.): The departure around 1900 and the modern age in the architecture of the Wuppertal. 2008.
- Mahlberg, Nussbaum (ed.): The departure around 1900 and the modern age in the architecture of the Wuppertal. 2008, states on page 12 around 1845 as the year of construction; with photo around 1910.
- Mahlberg, Nussbaum (ed.): The departure around 1900 and the modern age in the architecture of the Wuppertal. 2008, mentions Christian Heyden as the master builder on page 339 .
- Wolfgang Stock: Wuppertal street names. Their origin and meaning. Thales Verlag, Essen-Werden 2002, ISBN 3-88908-481-8 .
- Eduard Trier , Willy Weyres (Ed.): Art of the 19th century in the Rhineland. In five volumes. Volume 2: Architecture. II: Profane buildings and urban planning. Schwann, Düsseldorf 1980, ISBN 3-590-30252-6 .
- Wolfgang Ispert: Wuppertal. Ascent from rubble and ruins. Scientific archive Urkunde-Bild-Chronik, Bonn 1960. About the SS man Ispert, b. 1898 in Elberfeld, see p. 34f. . Ispert was an active borderland fighter for a Germanic empire in the west, see Thomas Müller: Imaginierter Westen: The concept of the »German western area« in the national discourse between political romanticism and National Socialism. Transcript, 2009, also available on Google books (Ispert: 28 mentions)