Flóris Korb

Flóris Korb (born as Flóris Nándor Korb, Kecskemét, 7 April 1860 – Budapest, 16 September 1930) was a Hungarian architect.[1]

Flóris Korb
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Statue of Flóris Korb
Flóris Nándor Korb

(1860-04-07)7 April 1860
Died(1930-09-16)16 September 1930
Alma materTU Berlin, Berlin


After finishing his studies in Berlin, he returned to Budapest to work under Alajos Hauszmann for fourteen years, during which time he took part in designing the New York Palace. In 1893 he entered into a partnership with Kálmán Giergl which resulted in many important commissions in the developing capital. Korb was awarded with the Greguss prize in 1924 and was admitted into the Royal Institute of British of Architects.[1]



  1. ^ a b Korb Flóris, Hungarian Electronic Library, retrieved 12 May 2012 (in Hungarian)
  2. ^ Damjanovic, Dragan. "Croatian Pavilions at the 1896 Millennium Exhibition in Budapest, in: Ephemeral Architecture in Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and 21st Centuries, L'Harmattan, Paris, 2015, 51–74". {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)