Neumann, Franz von der Jüngere#
b. Vienna, Jan. 16, 1844, d. Vienna, Feb. 1, 1905, architect. Student and assistant of Friedrich von Schmidt; from 1883 worked free-lance; 1889-1900 member of the Vienna Municipal Council, 1891-1895 city councillor. Built many villas, domestic and administrative buildings as well as churches. His style developed from rather severe neo-Renaissance to late historistic forms. His father Franz v. N. the Elder (1815-1888) and his brother Gustav v. N. (1856-1928) were also well-known architects.
Projects: Vienna: houses with arcades at Rathausplatz, 1878-1883 (some with F. Schmidt); Kuffner Villa and Kuffner observatory, 1884-1886/1890; Antoniuskirche in Vienna, 10th district (1896-1901). - Lower Austria: Erzherzog Wilhelm Villa, Baden, 1883; Habsburgerwarte observation point on the Hermannskogel Hill, 1888. - Czech Republic: Reichenberg/Liberec town hall, 1892.