Conrad Wilhelm Hase

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Conrad Wilhelm Hase, painted 1845.

Conrad Wilhelm Hase (2 October 1818 – 28 March 1902) was a German architect.

Hase was born in Einbeck. He was a professor at the Polytechnical School of Hanover from 1849 to 1895.[1]

Hase is the founder of the Hanover school of architecture (Hannoversche Architekturschule), a historicist school that developed a refined regional style of Neogothic in Lower Saxony.

Notable Works[edit]


  1. ^ C. R. N. (1909). "Hase, Konrad Wilhelm". In Westrin, Th. Nordisk familjebok (in Swedish). 11. Stockholm: Nordisk familjeboks förlag. pp. 45–46. Retrieved 29 November 2009.