Holm Hansen Munthe
Holm Hansen Munthe was born at Stange in Hedmark, Norway. He was the son of Adolph Frederik Munthe (1817–1884) and Karen Emilie Hansen (1820–1884). He father was a military officer and government official. In the early 1870s, he was an apprentice in Christiania and a student at the drawing school of Wilhelm von Hanno. He graduated from Hanover Polytechnikum in 1877. 
Between 1878 and 1885 he cooperated with Henrik Nissen. From 1889 he worked for the Holmenkol-Voxenkol-Selskabet, among others drawing the well-known Frognerseteren restaurant in the so-called dragon style. Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, vacationing in Norway, noticed these buildings and commissioned the erection of his Rominten Hunting Lodge in East Prussia; however these buildings were largely destroyed after World War II, remnants of the Lodge are used as the seat of the administration at the Kaliningrad Central Park.   The Kongsnæs' sailors station in Potsdam was partially destroyed in 1945. Currently it is planned to re-erect the complete complex.
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