The American Cyclopædia (1879)/Moller, Georg
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MOLLER, Georg, a German architect, born at Diepholz, Hanover, Jan. 21, 1784, died March 13, 1852. He studied in Carlsruhe and in Italy, and was architect of the grand ducal court at Darmstadt. He published in 1818 a facsimile of the original design of the cathedral of Cologne, which he had discovered in Darmstadt, and which, with an additional design found subsequently, is followed in the completion of the two towers of that edifice. His works include many public and private buildings in Darmstadt and other places, and the ducal palace in Wiesbaden. His principal publications are: Denkmäler deutscher Kunst (3 vols., Darmstadt, 1815-'45); Denkmäler deutscher Baukunst (1821); and Beiträge zur Constructionslehre (6 numbers, 1835-'42).