|Known for||Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden|
|Was||Architect Professor Educator Designer Writer Non-fiction writer|
|Field||Arts Academia Creativity Engineering Literature|
|Birth||7 February 1867, Karlsruhe, Germany|
|Death||2 March 1946, Karlsruhe, Germany (aged 79 years)|
Hermann Billing (born February 7, 1867, Karlsruhe; died March 2, 1946, Karlsruhe) was a German Art Nouveau architect and designer.
He attended high school, Kunstgewerbeschule and architectural college, but completed none of them. Funded by his wealthy first wife, he started his work by taking part in competitions. He gained reputation for his avantgarde ideas and subsequently contracts for public buildings. After 1920, he was professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe and the University of Technology.
Court pharmacy building in Karlsruhe, 1901
Melanchthonhaus (Bretten), 1903
his own house in Karlsruhe, 1905
Kunsthalle Mannheim, 1907
Bridge towers in Duisburg, 1907
Hotel Bad Schachen in Lindau, 1910
War memorial, 1930
Postal administration in Karlsruhe, 1938
gate house (altered)