Conrad Wilhelm Hase (2 October 1818 – 28 March 1902) was a German architect.
Hase was born in Einbeck. He was a professor at the Polytechnical School of Hannover from 1849 to 1895.
Hase is the founder of the Hanover school of architecture (Hannoversche Architekturschule), a historicist school that developed a refined regional style of Neogothic in Lower Saxony.
Artist's House in Hannover (Künstlerhaus)
Marienburg Castle near Hannover
1862 building in Wennigsen
St. Nicolai in Lüneburg, restoration
Elisabeth Church in Langenhagen (1867/1869)
A room of Marienburg Castle, 1863