The sculptor Johann Baptist Spaz lived in the Gothic house before 1700 until after 1720 . In 1907, today's Kirchmayr House was built by master builder Gustav Steinberger as a commercial building for Funke & Loos , and in 1982 the top floor was demolished.
The late historical building has a slightly protruding base zone in the building line. From the first floor, a central bay built on corbels extends over the upper floors. The facade shows a rich neo-baroque stucco window and decorated corner blocks. The neo-baroque lattice balustrades on the first and second floors are remarkable. The horseshoe-shaped staircase has a late historical cast iron railing.
- Dehio Linz 2009 , old town, buildings in the street association, main square, Kirchmayr-Haus, p. 79.
- Linz culture: Architectural site Funke & Loos Haus