Műjegyzék

1898

Competition plans for the synagogue of the Lipótváros district, 1898–1899 (3rd prize)
Budapest, V. Markó utca

1899

Competition plans for the Budapest Stock and Commodities Exhange Building, 1899
Budapest, V. Szabadság tér

1900

Music shop of Ferenc and Mór Bárd, 1900
Budapest, V. Kossuth Lajos utca 4.

Competition plans for the surroundings of St Gellért’s statue on Gellért Hill, 1900 (purchase)
Budapest

1901

Competition plans for the Postal Administration Building, 1900
Zagreb

Porch of the Café New York, around 1902
Budapest, VII. Erzsébet körút 9–11.
(together with the architect Ödön Lechner)

Extension of the holiday house of Lipót Leitersdorfer Junior, 1901–1902
Budapest, II. Völgy utca
(together with the architect Ödön Lechner)

1902

Competition plans for the mausoleum of the statesman Lajos Kossuth, 1902 (2nd prize)
Budapest, Kerepesi cemetery
(with the sculptors Ede Telcs and István Tóth)

Competition plans for the monument of the poet Mihály Vörösmarty, 1902 and 1903
Budapest, V. Vörösmarty tér
(1902: with János Horvay; 1903: with József Róna, 2nd prize)

Competition plans for the Postal Administration Building, 1902
Pozsony (today Bratislava)
(together with the architect Ödön Lechner)

1903

Competition plans for the Queen Elisabeth Monument, 1903
Budapest, I. Szent György tér
(with Ödön Lechner and the sculptor József Róna)

Competition plans for the arcaded vaults of the Rákoskeresztúr jewish cemetery, 1903 (1st prize)
Budapest, X. Kozma utca.

Manor house of Mór Klein, around 1903
Szirma, Borsod county
(together with the architect Ödön Lechner)

Fire-station, 1903–1904
Zenta (today Senta, Serbia)

Sepulchral monuments, 1903–1918

Competition plans for the Halas Agricultural Bank, 1903 (1st prize)
Kiskunhalas

1903

Competition plans for the building of the grammar school, 1904 (1st prize)
Zenta (today Senta, Serbia)

1904

Dezső Malonyay’s House, 1905–1906
Budapest, XIV. Izsó utca 5.

Interiors of the Club of Erzsébetváros, 1905
Budapest, VII. Rákóczi út 28.

The Krsta Slavnic House, 1904-1905
Senta, Serbia, Adai Street 10.

1905

Boarding School for Blind Children founded by Ignác Wechselmann and Zsófia Neuschloss 1905–1908
Budapest, XIV. Mexikói út 60.

Competition plans for the building of the Ministry for Religious Affairs and Public Education, 1905 (3rd prize)
Budapest, V. Balassi Bálint utca

Sándor Schmidl and Son’s Shop of Exotic Goods, interior alterations and new storefront, 1905–1906
Budapest, V. Hercegprímás utca 11.

1906

The Charity Home of the Chevra Kadisha (Jewish Burial Society) of Pest, 1906–1911
Budapest, XIV. Amerikai út 57.

Jónás Hecht and Son’s Wholesale Textile Shop, warehouse and storefront, 1906–1907
Budapest, V. Szent István tér 15.

Plans for the Bárd-brothers’ House, 1906
Budapest, XIV. Ilka utca 44.

1907

Parisiana night club, 1907–1909
Budapest, VI. Paulay Ede utca 35.

Buildings in the Salgótarjáni Street Jewish Cemetery, 1904-1908
Budapest

Baptismal font for Elek Koronghi Lippich
before 1908

1908

Graphic work, 1908–1914

1909

Vocational Secondary School of Trade of the 8th District, 1909–1913
Budapest, VIII. Vas utca 9–11.

1910

Competition entry for the siting of the Queen Elisabeth Monument, 1910
Budapest, I. Szent György tér

Proposition for the developement of the Budapest Central Town Hall site and its environs, 1910

1911

Central office and apartment block of the Bank of Budapest-Erzsébetváros, 1911–1912
Budapest, VII. Rákóczi út 18.

Shop and apartment block of Henrik and Dezső Lajta, 1911–1912
Budapest, V. Szervita tér 5.

Apartment Block of the Harsányi Brothers, 1911
Budapest, VIII. Népszínház utca 19.

Plans for the Budapest Public Library, 1911–1914.
(2nd prize, commission)

Plans for the Adria Insurance Co. Building, 1911
Budapest, V. Erzsébet tér

Competition plans for the National Theatre 1911–1913 (4th prize)
Budapest, VIII. Múzeum körút

Plans for streetlights, 1911
Budapest, V. Petőfi Sándor tér

1912

Transformation and extension of the house of Marcell Káldor, 1912–1914
Budapest, XIV. Ilka utca 55.

Competition plans for a synagogue in Buda, 1912 (1st prize)
Budapest, XII. Krisztina körút – Moszkva tér

Competition plans for the Hungarian Trade Hall building, 1912
Budapest, V. Szabadság tér

1913

Grammar School of the Pest Jewish Congregation, 1913–1914
Budapest, XIV. Cházár András utca 10.

Apartments for Homeless Couples and Home for the Blind of the Chevra Kadisha of Pest, from 1913
Budapest, XIV. Amerikai út 53–55.

Competition entry for the Queen Elisabeth Monument, 1913–1916 (one of the 1st prizes)
Budapest, City Park
(together with the sculptor Fülöp Ö. Beck)

1914

Stage sets for Károly Goldmark’s opera:
The Queen of Sheba, around 1914

1916

Competition entry for the Queen Elisabeth Monument, 1916–1920
Budapest, I. Szent György tér
(together with the sculptor István Szentgyörgyi)

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The oeuvre of Bela Lajta

Competition plans for the synagogue of the Lipótváros district, Music shop of Ferenc and Mór Bárd, Porch of the Café New York, Zenta Fire Station, Dezső Malonyay’s house, Wechselmann Boarding School for Blind Children, Family vault of Mrs. Benjámin Griesz, Jónás Hecht and Son’s Textile Shop, Charity Home of the Pest Chevra Kadisa, Ceremonial Building of the Salgótarjáni Street Jewish cemetery, Parisiana night club, Vocational Secondary School of Trade, Apartment block of the Harsányi Bros., Central office and apartment block of the Bank of Erzsébetváros, Shop and apartment block of the Lajta Bros., Budapest Public Library, Grammar School of the Pest Jewish Congregation…

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Biographical documents

Documents of the Leitersdorfer family, Studies, Marriage, Activity in professional organisations, Lajta-portraits, Items from the art collection, Fragments of oriental ceramics, Photographic collection, Correspondence, Texts on and by Béla Lajta…

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