Stuyvesant and Jefferson 1894 Drawing Magnus Emil Dahlander Architect, built for Eli H. Bishop
591 Jefferson Ave Langston and Dahlander Architects 1891
Magnus Emil Dahlander
East side of Stuyvesant Ave M. Dahlander built 1892
Stuyvesant and Jefferson c.1900
Stuyvesant and Jefferson built 1892Dahilander recieved his Degree at the University of Technology in 1888, followed by studies in such United States and several European countries. City Architect in Örebro 1899-1914. Architect in army barracks building committee from 1914 to 1917. Moved to Sater 1917th County Architect in Kopparberg County 1920 - '. Chair. the Planning Committee in Sater 1919 -? Founded the local history museum Åsgårdstrand
500 Hancock built 1891 Langston and Dahlander ArchitectsWhile in the US Dahlander lived and worked in Brooklyn, New York. He only lived in Brooklyn from 1888 to 1896. In that short time this man would transform Brooklyn residential architecture into something the city has never seen before. Many of Dahlander homes can be found in Crown, Heights, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Bedford and Stuyvesant Heights. Dahlander worked with architect Frederick B. Langston for the first few years here finially going on his own. Eli Bishop a local developer who I plan to write about in the near future often hired Dahlander to design his beautiful townhomes. Before Dahlander left for Sweden he linked up with another Swede name Axel Hedman and would design many homes in central Brooklyn. Dahlander would past the torch to Hedman who would stay in New York until his death.
571 - 587 Jefferson Avenue built in 1891 Langston and Dahlander Architects
Stuyvesant North is not landmarked and we would love to protect the great work of Dahlander and the many other architects that worked in this area of Bedford Stuyveant.
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