|A.K.A.||Matthes Daniel Pöppelmann, Matthes Pöppelmann, Matthaus Daniel Poppelmann, Matthaüs-Daniel Pöppelmann, Matthaus Daniel Pöppelmann|
|Occupations||Architect Master builder Urban planner|
|Type||Engineering Social science|
|Birth||3 May 1662 (Herford)|
|Death||17 January 1736 (Dresden)|
|Notable Works||Zwinger, Japanisches Palais, Pillnitz Castle, Barockgarten Großsedlitz, Joachimstein, Pöppelmannbrücke (Grimma)|
Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann (3.5.1662-17.1.1736) was a German master builder who helped to rebuild Dresden after the fire of 1685.
Pöppelmann was born in Herford. As court architect for the King of Poland and Elector of Saxony, Augustus II the Strong, he designed the grandiose Zwinger palace in Dresden. He was also in charge of major works at Dresden Castle, Pillnitz Castle and he designed the Vineyard Church (Weinbergkirche) in Pillnitz. Pöppelmann, together with Johann Christoph Naumann, developed an urban plan for a portion of the city of Warsaw, Poland, which was only partially realized, including the Saxon Axis and other important streetscapes.
He died in Dresden in 1736.