Josef Václavik was an architect who studied at the Czechoslovak University of Technology from 1920-25. He designed and planned a number of buildings, mainly in Praha, often with [Bohumil Kněžek]. Their works included villas, schools and office buildings. Václavík’s designs were considered to be from the functionalism school.
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|1936 Summer||36||Berlin||Art Competitions||Czechoslovakia||Final Standings||AC|