Roman Feliński

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Roman Feliński (4 February 1886 – 22 March 1953) was a Polish architect. He authored the first Polish book on urban planning. He worked on development plans for Gdynia and Warsaw, and designed over 150 buildings, among others, the Magnus Department Store and a dozen or so tenement houses in Lemberg.[1]


  1. ^ J. Lewicki. "Gdynia development plans under the guidance of Roman Feliński against a background of his urban planning work". Modernism in Europe - Modernism in Gdynia. Architecture of 1920s and 1930s and Its Protection. 2009. p. 81.

Further reading[edit]

  • (in Polish) J. Lewicki. Roman Feliński architekt i urbanista, Pionier nowoczesnej architektury. Neriton. 2007.