OHLMÜLLER, Joseph Daniel
(b. 1791, Bamberg, d. 1839, München)
German architect. He studied with Karl von Fischer (1782-1820) at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. A travel scholarship enabled him to go to Italy for a longer period of study.
From 1819 he worked as a construction supervisor for the construction of the Glyptothek in Munich under Leo von Klenze's management. In 1832 he became the first civilian civil engineer. As a district administrator, he headed the royal building administration for the Isarkreis. In 1838 he was appointed honorary member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.