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Majolika Haus, Vienna, Linke Wienzeile 40. The House was built by Otto Wagner in 1898, the floral tile ornament on the facade was made by his pupil Alois Ludwig. The Majolikahaus is one of 3 Art Deco Buildings in this Street all built between 1898 and 1899

Karlsruhe Majolika wall tile with floral motif, by Werner Meschede

Karlsruhe majolika floral wall decor

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Architect Otto Wagner was part of the "Viennese Secession" movement at the end of the 19th century, which was marked by a sort of revolutionary spirit of enlightenment. Wagner's architecture was a cross between traditional styles and Art Nouveau (or Jugendstil, as it was called in Austria). Otto Wagner's ornate Majolika Haus is named after the weather-proof, ceramic tiles painted in floral designs on its façade, as in majolica pottery.