Gyula Rimanóczy

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Gyula Rimanóczy (January 19, 1903 – December 19, 1958) architect,[1] one of the important figures of the inter-war year avant garde period.

Rimanóczy was born in Vienna, Austria. He died, aged 55, in Budapest.

Works[edit]

Pasaret church, plan of Gyula Rimanóczy
  • Pasarét church, Budapest

Prizes[edit]

1953- received Ybl prize for his life work. Also received the Kossuth prize the same year for his role in the building of the Budapest Technical University "R" wing.

Legacy[edit]

His collected works are archived in the Architecture Museum.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rimanóczy Gyula, Hungarian Electronic Library, retrieved 15 May 2012 (Hungarian)