Henrik Böhm

Henrik Böhm (10 April 1867 – 23 October 1936) was a Hungarian Jewish architect who worked in the secessionist style.

Life and worksEdit

Újpest town hall
Facade of the Török Bank

After attending schools in Székesfehérvár and Budapest, Böhm earned a degree in architecture from the Budapest University of Technology in 1890. After a long study trip, he then settled in Budapest. His main works:

He also excelled in funerary architecture: he designed several tombs in the Rákoskeresztúr cemetery.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Anderson, Anne (2020). Art Nouveau Architecture. The Crowood Press. p. 206. ISBN 9781785007682.
  2. ^ Bedoire, Fredric (2004). The Jewish Contribution to Modern Architecture, 1830-1930. Translated by Tanner, Robert. KTAV Publishing House. p. 368.
  3. ^ Bousfield, Jonathan (2007). The Rough Guide to Croatia. Rough Guides. p. 310. ISBN 9781848367920.

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