Adolf Lang

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Adolf Láng
Born Adolf Lang
(1848-06-15)15 June 1848
Prague, Habsburg Empire
Died 2 May 1913(1913-05-02)
Budapest, Austria-Hungary
Nationality Hungarian, German
Alma mater TU Wien, Vienna
Occupation Architect

Adolf Láng (born as Adolf Lang, June 15, 1848 in Prague – May 2, 1913 in Vienna), was a Hungarian-German architect, one of the main representatives of the historicist style during the late 1900s.

Košice State Theater
Pécs National Theatre

Career[edit]

Lang studied in Vienna and from 1870 became the director of works for the company which built the boulevards and ring roads in Budapest. He also designed a number of private and public buildings for the capital, and later taught in Bucharest. Upon his return to Hungary, he entered into a partnership with Antal Steinhardt and spent his final years in Vienna.

Pécs City Hall

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