Noted Croatian architect who designed Bosnia and Herzegovina's Parliament building. His projects included an Alexanderplatz, Berlin, department store and the Zagreb Diocese Theological School.
He graduated from Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts in 1924. He was influenced by Slovenian-Bosnian architect Dušan Grabrijan to move to Sarajevo.
He worked as the only paid assistant in Le Corbusier's Paris studio during the 1930s.
His family was residing in Zagreb when he was born. He was buried in the Bare cemetery in Sarajevo.
He studied under Peter Behrens for whom he was employed from 1930 until 1932.