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  • Max Fabiani. Architect of the Monarchy

    Architekturzentrum Wien, 22 October – 30 November 2015

    Kiállítási enteriőr, fotó: Pez Hejduk

    Exhibition interior, photo: Pez Hejduk

    On 1 May 1865 Emperor Franz Joseph officially opened the Ringstraße in Vienna. In 2015 Vienna is celebrating this boulevard’s 150th birthday. 1865 is also the year in which Max Fabiani was born and in this anniversary year the Az W is delighted to present an exhibition about one of the fathers of modern architecture in Vienna.
    Born in Slovenia Max Fabiani is considered one of the fathers of modern architecture in Vienna. He worked in the studio of Otto Wagner at the Vienna Stadtbahn, when he designed the premises of Portois & Fix in Ungargasse (1898-1900) and the building for Artaria Verlag on Kohlmarkt (1900-1901). Modernity and willingness to compromise proved Fabiani in 1910 with the construction of the Urania building. The adult education building and observatory also marks the end of the Ringstraße.