Paul Pfann

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Paul Pfann (born April 18, 1860 in Nuremberg ; † August 1, 1919 there ) was a German architect .


Paul Pfann studied at the Royal Bavarian Technical University in Munich and became active in the Corps Ratisbonia Munich in 1880 . He was a student of Friedrich von Thiersch and Paul Wallot and worked mainly in Munich . In 1890 he and Wilhelm Rettig won first prize in the architecture competition for the Kaiser Wilhelm National Monument in Berlin. In 1899 he was appointed professor at the Technical University of Munich .

Pfann was also famous for his freehand drawings. His architectural designs, often created in collaboration with Günther Blumentritt , can be assigned to historicism . His most important works include the Münchner Haupt ' , the seat of the royally privileged Haupt-Schützengesellschaft Munich in the district of Sendling-Westpark, the French Consulate General at Möhlstrasse 10 in Bogenhausen and the east wing of the justice building in Nuremberg.

Web links

Commons : Paul Pfann  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Kösener Corpslisten 1930, 114/63.