Prof. Dr.-Ing. Manfred Schuller
Building History, Building Archeology and Conservation
Professor emeritus since April 1, 2019
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Schuller (b. 1953) researches historical architecture from the ancient world to the 20th century. His particular areas of interest are Greek temples, the medieval cathedrals in Bamberg, Regensburg and Saint Mark’s in Venice and Renaissance architecture in Venice and Rome. He also studies baroque landscape gardening, historical roofing, Islamic architecture in Bukhara (Uzbekistan) and the iron buildings of the engineer Suchov in Russia.
After studying architecture at TUM (1975-80), Prof. Schuller did his doctorate there in 1984. A German Research Foundation (DFG) grant enabled him to work in Venice. In 1986, he accepted the position of professor of construction research and building history at the University of Bamberg. He has been a full professor at TUM since 2006. Prof. Schuller is a member of the Bavarian State Memorial Committee and the ICOMOS Germany monitoring group. He is a correspondent member of the German Archeological Institute. Prof. Schuller is also on the scientific committee of the German Study Center in Venice.
Key Publications (all publications)
Schuller M: "Il Tempietto. Analisi basata a un nuovo rilievo architettonico". In: Il Tempietto di Bramante nel monastero di San Pietro in Montorio. Edito: Cantatore F. Rom: 2017: 225–256.
Schuller M, Hubel A (Eds.): Der Dom zu Regensburg. Inventarband des Bayerischen Landesamtes für Denkmalpflege, 5 Bände, Regensburg, 2010-2016.
Schuller M: “Building Archaeology”. ICOMOS, International Council on Monuments and Sites VII. München, 2002.
Schuller M: „Le facciate dei Palazzi medievali a Venezia“; „Le facciate medievali del Palazzo Ducale a Venezia“. L’Architettura Gotica Veneziana. 2000; 281-432.
Schuller M: „Der Artemistempel im Delion auf Paros“. Denkmäler antiker Architektur. 1991; 18(1).