Steindl was born in 1839 in Pest. He was a Hungarian architect.
Steindl graduated at the Technical University of Budapest and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He teached on the Budapest Technical University. He was elected honorary and corresponding member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. His architectural interest was initially historicism, then Renaissance and Gothic style.
Imre Steindl died in 1902 in Budapest
Hungarian Parliament Building, Budapest
New Town hall, Budapest
Commercial Trade and Industrial Bank
Vajdahunyad castle rebuilding
Szeged, Franciscan church remodelling
St Elizabeth Episcopal House remodelling
University Buildings on Múzeum körút
St Mary of Resurrection reconstruction
St Elizabeth Church,
Rózsák tere, Budapest