Gyula Rimanóczy with his wife in 1942

Gyula Rimanóczy (19 January 1903 – 19 December 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.

WorksEdit

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

PrizesEdit

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.

LegacyEdit

His collected works are archived in the Architecture Museum.

ReferencesEdit

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