Anton Rosen

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Anton Rosen (13 September 1859 – 2 July 1928) was a Danish architect, furniture designer, decorative artist and professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In his architecture, he combined a free Historicist style with inspiration from contemporary English architecture and details influenced by Jugendstil

Electricity Building at the Danish National Exhibition of 1909 at Århus.

Anton Rosen was born at Horsens in Jutland, Denmark. He was the son of Carl Julius Rose, master mason at the Royal Danish Theatre. The family moved to Copenhagen where he attended the Copenhagen Technical College. In 1877, Rosen was accepted into the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts . After graduating in 1882 he was employed with Vilhelm Dahlerup and in 1883 moved to Silkeborg to oversee the construction of Silkeborg Bath. In 1889 Rosen was married to the daughter of a local hotel owner, which gave him a personal attachment to Silkeborg which was to last and over the years he left a considerable mark on the cityscape of the young town with buildings such as Silkeborg Watertower and the chimney at Silkeborg Paperworks. The time with Vilhelm Dahlerup, until 1884 and again from 1890 to 1896, had great influence on his later works.

Rosen participated in many of the large exhibitions which were popular around the turn of the century, including as the main architect of the Danish National Exhibition of 1909 at Århus. The success with the latter made him a titular professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and won him its gold medal as well as the Eckersberg Medal, with support from Hack Kampmann and Heinrich Wenck among others.

Th. Langs School (1886)

The White Building – Den hvide bygning, Hostrupsgade 40 (1900)

Silkeborg Watertower, Silkeborg (1902)

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Vibensgaard at Østerbrogade 156-160, Copenhagen (1904)

Løvenborg, Vesterbrogade 34, Copenhagen (1906)

Metropol, Frederiksberggade 16 (1908)

Vesterbrogade 40-42, Copenhagen (1909)

Palace Hotel, Copenhagen (1910)

Grand Theatre – Grand Teatret (1910)

Ole Rømer Observatory, Århus (1911)

Lur Blowers – Lurblæserne, København (1914)

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Palace Hotel is a residential hotel on the eastern side of City Hall Square in CopenhagenDenmark. Influenced by the Art Nouveau style, the red brick building was designed by Anton Rosen and completed in 1910.

Palace Hotel (Copenhagen) – Wikipedia

The apartment building Vibensgaard at Østerbrogade, Østerbro in Copenhagen. The street junction Østerbrogade / Strandboulevarden was once known as Lille Vibenshus.

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Ulrik Plesner

Aage Langeland-Mathiesen

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