Gyula Rimanoczy was a inventive and significant figure of modern Hungarian architecture in the 20th century.
His first large-scale work was the Franciscan Church of Pasaret along with the Bus terminal on Pasaret Square. The Franciscan Church of Pasaret was the second church following modernist ideals after the church in Budapest Varosmajor designed by Aladar Arkay and Bertalan Arkay and built in 1933.
Several public buildings such as the Management of the Post Office or the Technique University of Budapest as well as cottages in Buda influenced greatly the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Hungary.
Almost sixty exhibited sheets of design give good insight of the realized plans of the architect (the church in Bosnyak Square) and those designs of churches that have never been realized (Gyor, Hatvan, Szekesfehervar, Veszprem, etc.).
His son, Jeno Rimanoczy, donated the heritage of Gyula Rimanoczy to the Hungarian Architectural Museum.