From Stadtwiki Baden-Baden
Friedrich Weinbrenner (* 24 November 1766 in Karlsruhe, † 1 March 1826 in Karlsruhe) was an architect, builder and representative of classicism. Since Baden-Baden remained largely spared from destruction during World War II, many of his buildings can be admired here.
Buildings in Baden-Baden
With the rise of Baden-Baden in the early 19th Century, new building for the continuously increasing number needed to spa guests. Grand Duke Ludwig therefore instructed his architect Weinbrenner with this task.
- Museum Paleotechnikum - an antiques museum at the Marktplatz (1803-1804, demolished 1846)
- Hotel Badischer Hof (1807-1809)
- Villa Hamilton (1809)
- Kurhaus (1821-1823)
- The old pump room at the Marktplatz (1822-1824, demolished during the construction of the Friedrichsbad 1871)
- Mansion of the Queen Frederike of Sweden in the Lichtentaler Allee (1822 reconstruction after plans by Weinbrenner, today Kulturhaus LA8)