booksnbuildings:Project for an apartment house facade, architect Hans Schlechta 1901 Schlechta was a pupil of Otto Wagner. There is a wonderful, richly illustrated volume of Wagners’ pupils’ works published by Walter Zednicek, chronicler of Viennese art nouveau architecture.
Otto Wagner's Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station, Vienna (Photo: Maximilian Just) Viennese Art Nouveau architecture from around 1900 is famous worldwide. The primary representative of this architectural style is Otto Wagner, who also created the concept for the stations of the Vienna Stadtbahn. In Wagner’s former station on Karlsplatz there now stands a small, but worthwhile exhibition space that features works by the architect.