Vinko Glanz was a Slovenian architect of Montenegrin descent. After graduating shipbuilding in Zagreb he came to the seminar of Plecnik and graduated from there in 1927. He was employed by the memorial service in Dubrovnik (1930-1941), before the invasion of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia was an architect in Ljubljana. After the war he planned residential buildings, some representative buildings in Brioni island (Croatia). In 1958 he designed his most famous work, the building of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia.
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