German architects Georg Holke and [Karl Pregizer] submitted the work Stadion und Wassersport-Anlagen Duisburg (Stadium and Watersports Facilities in Duisburg) to the 1928 Art Competitions in Amsterdam. Both were employed as architects at the Municipal Building Department in Duisburg, and both were on the City Council at the Municipal Planning and Building Department in Duisburg.
Holke studied in Berlin-Charlottenburg and then served as a soldier in World War I. From 1930-56 he was a technical councilor in Duisburg. His main works included the construction of the public bathing beach, the stadium in Duisburg-Wedau, the indoor aquatic centre in Hamborn, and the municipal theatre. In the 1928 official list of artists, Holke’s name was missing.