Flattich, Wilhelm von#
b. Stuttgart (Germany), Oct. 2, 1826, d. Vienna, Feb. 24, 1900, architect. At first worked as architect in Germany, France and Switzerland. In 1855 came to Austria, where he assumed a leading role as a railway architect (e.g. railway stations in Graz, Innsbruck, and Trieste, Suedbahnhof railway station in Vienna, connecting Vienna with destinations in the South). Along with his railway projects, also simultaneously carried out other projects, such as the construction of hotels, residential buildings (residential buildings for civil servants in Wien-Meidling, 1870) and villas (Vienna and Reichenau, Lower Austria).
Literature#G. Friedl, Der Architekt W. v. F., 1979.