Christian Ulrich

Christian Ulrich (27 April 1836 – 22 January 1909), was an Austrian-Hungarian architect.[1]

Christian Ulrich
Born
Christian Ulrich

(1836-04-27)27 April 1836
Died(1909-01-22)22 January 1909
NationalityHungarian, Austrian
Other namesUlrich Keresztély
Alma materTU Wien, Vienna
OccupationArchitect
Section of the Budapest grain elevator, 1880
Palace of Industry from 1885

Ulrich gained his reputation with the grain elevator in Budapest. In 1880, he won a contest for the elevator's design and in 1883 the building was completed. Later he moved to Budapest where he designed a factory (Iparcsarnok) in the city park, which was built in 1885. Both buildings were demolished shortly after World War II.

In 1879, Christian Ulrich designed a new facade and lobby for the Teyler's Museum in Haarlem (The Netherlands).

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