Polish architect Romuald Gutt, considered a representative of modernism, was a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and the Technical University in Warsaw. He studied in Winterthur, Switzerland. After World War I, Gutt mainly built private and public buildings as well as military cemeteries. After World War II, he began a teaching career. His work for the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games was created together with Aleksander Szniolis.
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