Carl M. Neuhausen
Carl Martel Neuhausen (October 8, 1858 – September 22, 1907) was a noted architect in Salt Lake City, Utah. He designed a number of buildings that survive and are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
He was born in 1858 in Stuttgart, Germany. He has been asserted have been "the only prominent Utah architect to employ the Renaissance spirit and mannerist detailing of the Chateauesque style." He worked for a time with architect Richard K.A. Kletting and then split off to work on his own in 1895. He designed several large buildings in Salt Lake City including the Kearns Mansion and the Cathedral of the Madeleine.:3
He designed his home, the NRHP-listed Carl M. Neuhausen House in Salt Lake City, Utah, in Chateauesque style; it was permitted to be built in 1901. Neuhausen died in the house in 1907 of heart failure, at age 49.:5
Images of architectural works
Other notable works include:
- Congregation Montefiore, 355 S. 300 East, Salt Lake City, UT (NRHP-listed; credit Neuhausen, Carl)
- Oregon Shortline Railroad Company Building, 126-140 Pierpont Ave., Salt Lake City, UT (NRHP-listed; credit Neuhausen, Carl M.)
- "Find A Grave Index". FamilySearch. Retrieved 25 June 2016.
- Tracy Lewis (1980). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Carl M. Neuhausen House" (PDF). National Park Service. and accompanying photos
- National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
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