Ciril Metod Koch
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Koch was born in Kranj, then part of the Duchy of Carniola in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, now in Slovenia. He studied in Ljubljana, Graz, and in Vienna. In 1893, he got a job in the Ljubljana City Urban Planning Office. He rose to prominence after the Ljubljana earthquake, when he reconstructed several buildings in the Vienna Secession style.
He died in Ljubljana.
- Architecture in the centre of Ljubljana, designed by Ciril Metod Koch
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