Top 20 Architect celebrities in Croatia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Architect celebrities [Updated December 7, 2021].
Viktor Axmann was born
on August 29, 1878
He designed and constructed numerous, secession-style buildings in the city of Osijek.
Vjenceslav Richter was born
on April 8, 1917
He was a founding member of Exat 51, an artistic collective that also included such notables as architect BoÅ¾idar RaÅ¡ica and painter Aleksandar Srnec
Slavko Lowy was born
on August 7, 1904
He was unable to work during World War II because of the Nazi threat, and he spent the war years moving from one Zagreb hiding place to another.
Vladimir Sterk was born
on January 5, 1891
Juraj Neidhardt was born
on October 15, 1901
He worked as the only paid assistant in Le Corbusier's Paris studio during the 1930s.
Ignjat Fischer was born
on June 18, 1870
He designed the Croatian Parliament building in St. Mark's Square, for which he did not receive historical credit until long after his death.
Drago Ibler was born
on August 14, 1894
His District Labour Insurance Building was one of the first examples of modern architecture in Yugoslavia.
Hugo Ehrlich was born
on January 31, 1879
He taught architecture at the University of Zagreb.
Josip Seissel was born
on January 10, 1904
He received the Vladimir Nazor Award for lifetime achievement in 1969.
Rudolf Lubinski was born
on October 31, 1873
He was a proponent of the art nouveau style of architecture.
Stjepan Planic was born
on December 27, 1900
Croatian modernist and functionalist architect who received the Vladimir Nazor Award in 1968. He was a member of the Earth Group with Drago Ibler.
He claimed to be a proponent of low-cost housing; however, he frequently designed luxurious villas.