Miloš Vaněček

Feb. 9, 1889 in Jičín, Czechia
March 21, 1954 in Prague (Praha), Czechia

He worked as an architect, urban planner and pedagogue who stylistically switched from cubism and rondo cubism to purism and functionalism, typical for representatives of this generation.

He studied at the Czech Technical University (ČVUT) in Prague with professor Josef Schulz from 1907 until 1911.