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Hans Jaksch

Full name: Hans Jaksch
Gender: Male
Born: October 29, 1879 in Dubnice, Liberecký kraj, Czech Republic
Died: January 8, 1970 in Vienna, Wien, Austria
Country: AUT Austria
Sport: Art Competitions


Austrian architect Hans Jaksch studied in Wien (Vienna) and ran his own office beginning in 1907. In World War I he fell into Russian captivity. After the War, he and his partner [Siegfried Theiss] continued their architectural work with Jaksch mainly being responsible for technical and constructive issues. Jaksch and Theiss built the airmen barracks in Wien, among other projects. Their works included living quarters, churches, public buildings and even bridges. In 1930, they changed their previously decorative to a new Bauhaus-influenced style. From 1936-38 Jaksch served as president of the Zentralvereinigung der Architekten Österreichs (Central Federation of Austrian Architects). After the “Anschluss” of Austria to the German Reich they mainly produced Nazi buildings. After World War II Jaksch was de-Nazified and was allowed to participate in reconstruction projects in Austria.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1948 Summer 68 London Art Competitions Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event Austria AUT AC

Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1948 Summer 68 London Art Competitions Austria Final Standings AC
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