Friedrich August Stüler (28 January 1800 – 18 March 1865) was an influential Prussian architect and builder. His masterpiece is the Neues Museum in Berlin , as well as the dome of the triumphal arch of the main portal of the Berliner Schloss .
Friedrich August Stüler (* 28. Januar 1800 in Mühlhausen/Thüringen; † 18. März 1865 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Architekt, der als hochrangiger preußischer Baubeamter zu den maßgebenden Baumeistern seiner Zeit gehört. Als seine bedeutendste Schöpfung gilt das Neue Museum in Berlin.
Overview Friedrich August Stüler (1800—1865) Quick Reference (1800–65). German architect. Educated at the Bauakademie (School of Architecture) Berlin, he was one of the most gifted of Schinkel's students, and continued designing in a manner reminiscent of the mas-ter's style.
Stüler, Friedrich August (1800–65). German architect. Educated at the Bauakademie (School of Architecture) Berlin, he was one of the most gifted of Schinkel 's students, and continued designing in a manner reminiscent of the mas-ter's style. He supervised the remodelling of Prince Karl's Palace, Berlin (1827), and his first independent work ...
He engaged Friedrich August Stüler, who had been appointed Architect of the King for the rebuilding of Stolzenfels Castle in 1842 while still a student and heir of Karl Friedrich Schinkel, to design a new castle. Stüler began work on an ornate design influenced by English Gothic Revival architecture and the Châteaux of the Loire Valley in 1846.
Friedrich August Stüler began working on a design for a gallery building in 1863, based on a sketch by William I's father, King Frederick William IV of Prussia. Two years and two failed plans later, his third proposal was finally accepted. Stüler died before planning was completed and Carl Busse handled the
Biography. German architect. In 1818 he started studying architecture and became a student of Karl Friedrich Schinkel in Berlin. After travelling to France and Italy together with Eduard Knoblauch (1801-1865) in 1829 and 1830 and to Russia together with Heinrich Strack in 1831, Stüler became Hofbauinspektor (Royal Buildings Inspector), Hofbaurat (Royal privy councilor for buildings) and ...
Friedrich August Stüler. Edition Axel Menges, 2006 - Architects - 348 pages. Text in English and German. Friedrich Stuler was the third great Prussian architect of the 19th century, alongside...
English: Friedrich August Stüler (1800–1865), Prussian architect and builder Contents 1 Portraits 2 Castles, museums and more 3 Churches 4 Neues Museum in Berlin 5 Schildhorn-Monument, 1845 6 Others Portraits portrait of 1840 Friedrich August Stüler Bust, sculpted by Hermann Schievelbein, part of Stüler's tomb, Berlin-Mitte
Friedrich August Stüler was an influential Prussian architect and builder.