Otto Wagner (1841-1918) is one of the most significant figures of turn-of-the-century architecture. He was associated with the Viennese Secession, a group of artists and designers headed by Gustav Klimt that initiated a departure from the conservative style of the Viennese Kunstlerhaus. Wagner's visionary approach, described as structural rationalism, pioneered the use of materials such as glass, steel, and especially aluminum to redefine Viennese structural identity.From the imposing Austrian Postal Savings Bank to the scintillating St. Leopold Church at Steinhof, one of the most important Art Nouveau churches in the world: Discover the breadth of Wagner's career as well as the political, economic, and social dynamics of his time. This incisive overview features a map locating all of the architect's most renowned projects and recent, fresh photography from masters like Keiichi Tahara.
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Otto Wagner in Vienna: His Main Works. Otto Wagner Vienna. Most notably, Otto Wagner (1841 to 1918) was one of the founding members of the revolutionary artists' association Vienna Secession. In the last 20 years of his life the trained architect, visual artist and brick layer shaped Vienna with a series of constructions.
Otto Wagner Arquitecto austríaco "El arte en vez de declinar, debe conquistar la esfera de la tecnología". Nació el 13 de julio de 1841 en Penzing, Austria. En 1846 muere su padre, Simon Rudolf Wagner, notario de la Corte.