Introduction
Otto Koloman Wagner (German: [ˈʔɔto ˈvaːɡnɐ] (listen); 13 July 1841 – 11 April 1918) was an Austrian architect and urban planner. He was a leading member of the Vienna Secession movement of architecture, founded in 1897, and the broader Art Nouveau movement. All of his works are found in his native city of Vienna, and illustrate the rapid evolution of architecture during the period. His early works were inspired by classical architecture. By mid-1890s, he had already designed several buildings in what became known as the Vienna Secession style. Beginning in 1898, with his designs of Vienna Metro stations, his style became floral and Art Nouveau, with decoration by Koloman Moser. His later works, 1906 until his death in 1918, had geometric forms and minimal ornament, clearly expressed their function. They are considered predecessors to modern architecture.
Wikidata
Q84287
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Introduction
Austrian architect, Vienna.
Nationality
Austrian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Urban Planner, Designer, Teacher, Writer, Theorist
Names
Otto Wagner, Otto Colomann Wagner
Ulan
500016971
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