In Leipzig he built a Gothic Revival styled facade for the Paulinerkirche in 1897. He designed a new building for the University of Leipzig, the so-called Rotes Kolleg in 1891/1892. In 1898/1901 he built the new building for the Deutsche Bank and later the Romanesque Revival styled Taborkirche, which was completed posthumously in 1904.
- Robert Bruck: Arwed Roßbach und seine Bauten. Berlin 1904.
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