Fridrich Weinwurm (30 August 1885, Borský Mikuláš – 1942) was a Slovak architect and key figure of Slovak modernist architecture.
He studied architecture in Germany in Dresden and Berlin. After the establishment of Czech - Slovakia worked as an independent architect in Bratislava. Fridrich Weinwurm was one of the most important Slovak architects of the interwar period.
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