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Stilling, Harald Conrad

Stilling, Harald Conrad (1815–91). Danish architect. A pupil of Hetsch, he designed the Concert Hall, Bazaar, and other graceful late-Classical buildings at the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen (1843), for the entrepreneur Carstensen. He also designed the Casino (1845–7), later Copenhagen's first commercial theatre (1848), but intended by Carstensen as a ‘Winter Tivoli’. Stilling's Boutique Schwartz, 3 Svaertegade, Copenhagen, was strongly influenced by Schinkel's work. Stilling wrote a history of Church Architecture (1870).

Bibliography

Millech (1951);
Weilbach (1952)

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