Curjel and Moser was an architectural firm set up by Robert Curjel and Karl Moser in 1888 in Karlsruhe, Germany. They designed about 400 buildings in Germany and Switzerland. In 1915, following the start of the World War I, the firm was dissolved and Moser became professor at ETH Zurich. Many of the office's surviving buildings are now listed monuments. In Karlsruhe-Knielingen, Curjel-und-Moser-Strasse was named after the architects in 2008.
|Robert Curjel and Karl Moser|
Buildings designed by Curjel and MoserEdit
- St John's Church in Bern (1892-93)
- St. Sebastian in Wettingen (1895)
- St Paul's Church in Basel (1898-1901)
- Rheinlust in Rheinfelden (1899-1900)
- St Paul's Church in Bern (1902-05)
- Kunsthaus Zürich (1904-10)
- Badischer Bahnhof in Basel (1910-13)
- University of Zürich (1911-14)
- Concert hall in Karlsruhe (1913-15)
- Leonardo Benevolo, History of Modern Architecture, Volume 2. (MIT Press, 1977), p. 618
- ^ Förster, Katja (2015). "Architekturbüro Robert Curjel & Karl Moser – Stadtlexikon". stadtlexikon.karlsruhe.de. Archived from the original on 2019-10-22. Retrieved 2020-08-14.
- ^ "Curjel-und-Moser-Straße". Stadtlexikon Karlsruhe. Stadtarchiv Karlsruhe. Retrieved 2022-07-26.
- ^ "Curjel & Moser". Archived from the original on 2000-12-03.