Alfred Fischer (1881-1950) Architect

Alfred Fischer was a German architect and assistant of Ludwig Hoffman and Schultze-Naumburg. Alfred Fischer was also director of the Kunstgewerbeschule in Essen since 1911. He was one of the representatives that managed a new direction that uses new materials such as iron and glass, to create new opportunities. He's speciality were factory buildings, including the buildings for the mining of Saxony in Hamm, and many houses.

Main buildings
Mine buildings for Sachsen Hamm (1932).
Hans-Sachs-Haus in Gelsenkirchen.
Catholic church in Ickern (1925).
Water Tower and analyse Building in Zeche Mont Cenis (1912-1913).
Mine building for Pit Emil Zeche Königin Elisabeth in Essen Frillendorf (1913).
Mine building for Zeche Sachsen I / II in Hamm-Heessen (1912-1914).
Patriotic monument in the forest of Essen-Bredeney (1913).
Power Plant 'Vorgebirgszentrale' Hurth-Knapsack (1913-1914).
Pumping station 'Alte Emscher' for Emschergenossenschaft (Emscher Cooperative) (1914).
Volkshaus Rotthausen in Gelsenkirchen-Rotthausen (1919-1920).
Key House in Essen-Bredeney (1922-1923).
The house of Alfred Fischer Essen-Bredeney (1922-1923).
Office building for AG Hüttenbetrieb (1923-1925).
Parish Church of St. Anthony in Castrop-Rauxel-Ickern (1924-1925).
Hans-Sachs-Haus (Office building with shops, concert hall and hotel) in Gelsenkirchen (1924-1927).
Pickup tower for the mine Zeche Königsborn Pit III / I in Altenbögge (Bönen) (1924-1929).
Sachsse House in Essen-Bredeney (1926-1927).
Pump Station and smelter for Emschergenossenschaft in Duisburg-Hamborn-Schwelgern (1927).
Imhoff House in Essen (1927-1928).
Home of Richard Hesseberg Bredeny in Essen (1928).
Office building for the 'Siedlungsverband Ruhrkohlenbezirk (Ruhr Regional Association) in Esen (1929).
The Lyseum Essen-Bredeney (1929-1930), today a High School.
Horse track in Essen (1932).

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