Henrik Thrap-Meyer

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Henrik Thrap-Meyer
Henrik Thrap-Meyer 1910 Atelier Rude OMU OB.NW1411.jpg
Born(1833-07-31)July 31, 1833
Bergen, Norway
DiedDecember 29, 1910(1910-12-29) (aged 77)
EducationUniversity of Hanover
ETH Zurich
Known forArchitecture
Victoria Terrasse

Henrik Thrap-Meyer (31 July 1833 – 29 December 1910) was a Norwegian architect. He is most associated with a wide range of significant buildings, including churches and schools.[1]

Thrap-Meyer was born in Bergen, Norway. He was the son of Johan Jacob Busch Meyer (1801-1880) and Henriette Christiane Thrap (1812-1883). He was educated at Polytechnicum in Hannover and Zurich (1855–1860). He also conducted study trips to England 1870–71; Italy 1873; France 1878.[2]

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  1. "Henrik Thrap-Meyer". Store norske leksikon. Retrieved August 15, 2016.
  2. Trond Marinus Indahl. "Henrik Thrap-Meyer, arkitekt". Norsk kunstnerleksikon. Retrieved October 1, 2017.