Fellner, Ferdinand

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Fellner, Ferdinand (1847–1916). Viennese architect and critic. Much influenced by Semper, he specialized in theatre-design, using Renaissance and Baroque languages, and, later, Jugendstil. He designed and built some fifty theatres and concert-halls, including the Deutsches Volkstheater, Vienna (1887–9), the Stadttheater, Graz (1898–9), the Jubiläums-Stadttheater, Baden-bei-Wien (1908–9), and the Stadttheater, Klagenfurt (1909–10), all in Austria, and all with Hermann Gottlieb Helmer (1849–1919).


Dienes (ed.) (1999);
H- C. Hoffmann (1966);
Wurm-Arnkreuz (1919)