Heritage of Timișoara

Iosefin 47 Iuliu Maniu blvd.

Albert Schott Apartment Building

Completion date:

1913

  • Architect: Arch. Martin Gemeinhardt
  • Former Owner: Albert Schott
  • Construction authorization: 1911
  • Property type: Private property
  • Protection type: Architectural Ensemble
    Urban ensemble V
    TM-II-a-B-06105
  • Main arch. style Art Nouveau/Secession
  • Building condition Poor
  • Planimetry Rectangular
  • No. of levels 4
  • Current functions Apartment Tower
    Multiple property




The imposing silhouette of the building closes the perspective of King Carol I Boulevard (formerly Scudier Square) and is even visible from Mocioni Square (formerly Kuttl Square). Decorated in the style of the 1900s, the building showcases Secession ornaments, the most remarkable being the colorful ceramic plates.

Started in August 1911, the building belonged to merchant Albert Schott. Originally designed with only two floors, 18 suites and a total of 37 rooms, in the beginning of 1912 Schott calls for another building authorisation for adding a third floor with 3 more apartments and 6 rooms. The palace was completed in 1913 and was the first four-storey building in the Iosefin neighbourhood.

Vintage photos

Contributors to this record:

Research & text: Mihai Moldovan, Alexandra Palconi

Fieldresearch & mapping: arh. Vlad Pată (coordonator), Oana Eremia (voluntar)

Translation into English: Cristina Chira

Photographer: Flavius Neamciuc

Last modified: 11 months ago

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