Vilhelm Fischer


Peter Frederik Vilhelm Fischer (born 26 January 1868 in Holbæk, died 14 April 1914 in Frederiksberg) was a Danish architect who before his early death, among other things, managed to make his mark on his hometown Holbæk.


Vilhelm Fischer’s parents were plumber Peter Joachim Fischer and Antoinette Oline Carlslund. He drew with Valdemar Ingemann, spent two winters at the Technical School 1883-86 and was admitted to the Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen on 29 September 1885. He graduated on 29 January 1892. Fischer was an assistant to Albert Jensen 1887-94 and Martin Nyrop 1895. -1902 (conductor on the construction of Copenhagen City Hall). He won the small gold medal in 1898 (for A Parliament Building), received the Academy’s scholarship in 1901 and 1908 and the Kaufmann Scholarship in 1903.


He traveled in Holland, Belgium, France and especially Germany and Italy no earlier than 1895. Fischer participated in the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 1896, 1898-99, 1901-03, 1905, 1908, 1910-11.


Fischer was married on 17 September 1895 in Roskilde to Vilhelmine (Minni) Cathrine Sophie Schumacher (15 April 187 – 2 February 194), daughter of master mason Hermann Christian Louis Schumacher and Anna Marie Agathe Hansen.


He is buried in Vestre Kirkegård in Copenhagen.

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Absalons GaardRådhuspladsen 45, Copenhagen (1901-02) City Hall Square, Copenhagen

Bredgade 29, Copenhagen (1904)

Købmagergade 64, København

He draw one building for each side of the street (both pictures are af the one on the left side, the other one look the same).

Henrik Steffens Vej 1-7 og 2-6 (Gammel Kongevej 148 og 150), Frederiksberg (1907-08)


Retirement home Roskilde (1907-08)

City Hall & Arrest House in Holbæk (1909-11)

Grønningen 17, Copenhagen (1913-14, completed by N.P.P. Gundstrup)

Denmark

Danish Castles

Fortifications of Copenhagen

Kastellet and the Fortification Ring, Copenhagen, Denmark

Københavns Toldbod – Copenhagen Custom Tax Buildings

Københavns Frihavn – Copenhagen Freeport

The Little Mermaid

Rosenborg Castle

Christiansborg Slot – Christiansborg Castle

Christiansborg Bunker

Amalienborg Palace

Copenhagen City Hall

City Hall Square, Copenhagen

Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg City Hall / Command Central

Charlottenborg Palace

Moltke’s Mansion

The Lur Blowers Monument

Dragon Fountain, Copenhagen

House of Architectural Heritage

Copenhagen 1960s

Copenhagen, Denmark

Winter in Denmark

Tuborgflasken

King of the hill: Elephants, elegance and 170 years of Carlsberg

Thor in battle with the ‘giants’

Christianshavn, København, Danmark

Holmen

Søtorvet

Retired crane becomes luxury-retreat

The Olsen Gang’s Big Score, The Dragon House & The Gefion Fountain

University of Copenhagen Botanical Garden

Parks and open spaces in Copenhagen

Christiansborg

Kronborg – Helsingør

Rosenborg Castle

Amalienborg Palace

Frederiksborg Castle

Fredensborg Palace

Charlottenlund Palace

Bernstorff Palace and Palace Gardens

Frederiksberg Palace, Frederiksberg City Hall / Command Central

Bregentved

Augustenborg Palace

Lerchenborg Slot

Gavnø Slot

Ledreborg

Aalholm Slot

Holckenhavn

Holsteinborg

Vallø Slot

Hvedholm Slot

Tranekær Slot

Rosenholm Slot

Koldinghus

Gråsten Palace

Borreby Castle

Rosenfeldt Manor

Basnæs

Gram Slot

Berritzgaard

Krenkerup Gods

Lykkesholm Slot

Næsseslottet

Skjoldenæsholm Slot

Herlufsholm

Sophienholm

Gyldensteen

Hørbygård

Rosengaard

Egholm

Arresødal

Fredsholm

Lindholm

Krabbesholm (Gershøj Sogn)

Skanderborg Slot

Charlottenborg Palace

Varna Palæet

Moltke’s Mansion

Thott Mansion

Copenhagen City Hall

Valdemar’s Castle, Egeskov and Svendborg

Kronborg Castle and Helsingør Shipyard

Sønderborg Castle and Sønderborg Shipyard

Korsør Shipyard and Fortress

Hotel Koldingfjord

Værløse Air Base

More to come.

Ferdinand Vilhelm Jensen

Ferdinand Meldahl

Heinrich Wenck

Vilhelm Dahlerup

Martin Nyrop

Hack Kampmann

Emil Blichfeldt

Hermann Baagøe Storck

Ulrik Plesner

Aage Langeland-Mathiesen

Martin Borch

Johan Daniel Herholdt

Anton Rosen

Johan Schrøder

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