Rudolf Hofer (architect)

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Rudolf Hofer (* 1894 ; † 1956 ) was an Austrian architect.


Rudolf Hofer worked in his parents' carpentry business and studied architecture at the Vienna School of Applied Arts under Heinrich Tessenow and Oskar Strnad . From 1921 Hofer headed the specialist class at the Federal College for Building and Applied Arts in Graz and was director of the Master School of German Crafts there from 1940 to 1945 .



His works include traditional buildings in the so-called Heimatschutz style and progressive residential buildings, villas and monuments.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Chronicle of the Ortweinschule in Graz ( Memento from January 28, 2015 in the Internet Archive )
  2. History page Operncafe Graz
  3. Bauer War Memorial Schladming EnnstalWIKI
  4. ^ Association chronicle of the years 1923 - 1938 by Margit Fritz-Schafschetzy and Wolfgang Silberbauer, page 4 Sezession Graz