built the first building in the Romanian style - the Romanian Ministry of Public Works in 1906.
Mieczlaw Filipkiewicz, Cracow ->
designed a Silesian House in the Polish National Exhibition in Poznan in 1929.
Omer Fortuzi, Tirana ->
worked together with Commissioner Rafaele Staccioli (an Italian national). He was the contractor and builder of the ministry palaces in Tirana, Royal Villa in Durazzo and other important buildings in Scutari, Elbasan and other parts of the country.
Dusan Jurkovic, Bratislava ->
is much interested in the study of Slovakian popular architecture and the study of Slovakian Art. The buildings erected by him have been considered as original buildings of Slovakian Art.
Marcell Komor, Budapest ->
is a Collaborator of the Architect Edmund Lechner and a follower of the movement for a national Hungarian style of architecture.
Karl Lhota, Prague ->
From 1924-1933 he was in close collaboration to the founder of modern dwelling-house-buildings, the Architect Adolf Loos. He worked together with him, erecting modern family - dwelling houses at Prague.
Felix Niekrasz (Nekrach), Torun ->
Before the war he worked with an architectural office in Wilno and Warsaw. He introduced the Polish character in ecclesiastical architecture.