Baumhorn studied in Vienna under Freiherr von Ferstel, who was the designer of the Votive Church there. He set up a practice after further study under Ödön Lechner. His style ranged from historicism to those inspired by the rising nationalism of the times. He designed over twenty synagogues.
- Timişoara, Bega Palace
- Timişoara, Lloyd Palace
- Numerous schools
- Synagogues in Esztergom (1888), Szolnok, Szeged Synagogue (1907), Budapest (Angyalföld, Dózsa György Street Synagogue), Fabric Synagogue (Timişoara) (1899), Gyöngyös, Újpest, Zrenjanin, Murska Sobota, Rijeka (1903), Novi Sad (1909), and Nitra (1911), Lučenec (Slovakia) 1925,
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- Magyar Életrajzi Lexikon 1000-1990 at www.mek.iif.hu