Imre Steindl (October 29, 1839, in Pest – August 31, 1902, in Budapest) was a Hungarian architect.
He graduated at the Technical University of Budapest and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He was a teacher of the Budapest Technical University from 1869. He was elected honorary and corresponding member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1891 and was admitted to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1898.
Parliament House in Budapest
His architectural interest was initially historicism, then Renaissance and Gothic style.
He is most famous for the Hungarian Parliament Building built in Neo-gothic style, but his other outstanding works include the Saint Elizabeth Church as well as the reconstruction of the St. Elizabeth Church and the Hunyad Castle.
Steindl went blind before the completion of the Hungarian Parliament and died in 1902 in Budapest. He is buried at Kerepesi Cemetery.
- New Town hall, Budapest (1870 – 1872, Budapest V., Váci u. 62 – 64.),
- Commercial Trade and Industrial Bank (1872)
- Hunyad Castle restoration (1870 – 1874) - carried out after the original designer, Ferenc Schulcz's, death
- Szeged, Franciscan church remodelling (1876)
- St. Elizabeth Cathedral remodelling, Košice
- University Buildings on Múzeum körút, District VIII (1880-1883)
- Máriafalva (today Mariasdorf, Burgenland, Austria), St Mary of Resurrection reconstruction in Neo-Gothic style (1882-1899) with Zsolnay tiled main altar
- St Elizabeth Church, Rózsák tere, Budapest District VII, (1893–1901)