Karl Moser

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Karl Moser (August 10, 1860–February 28, 1936) was an architect from Switzerland.

Christuskirche Karlsruhe, combining Gothic Revival and Art Nouveau

Between 1887 and 1915 he worked together with Robert Curjel in Karlsruhe. Some of their works are:

From 1915 to 1928 he was professor at ETH Zurich.

In 1928 he was president of the newly founded Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne.

His son Werner M. Moser also became a noted architect.

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  • Leonardo Benevolo. History of Modern Architecture, Volume 2. MIT Press, 1977 pg. 618

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