Lavoslav Horvat

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Lavoslav Horvat (27 September 1901 - 4 October 1989) was a Croatian architect.

In 1926, Horvat enrolled as one of the first students of architecture at the Department of Architecture of the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, under professor Drago Ibler.[1]

He was the architect of the Hotel Jugoslavija in Belgrade, Serbia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paladino, Zrinka (December 2006). "Arhitekt Lavoslav Horvat i „Udruženje umjetnika Zemlja”" [Architect Lavoslav Horvat and „Association of Artists Zemlja”]. Prostor (in Croatian) 14 (2 (32)) (Zagreb: Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb). pp. 167–177. ISSN 1330-0652.