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Bozimir ( Bohumir ) Kozak ( December 4, 1885 in Velka Lhota near Dacice na Morave - 1. 4. 1978 in Prague ) draftsman, architect
He studied architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague. After his studies he worked in the studio of O.Polivka and A. Balsanek, then he was the chief architect at Nekvasil. Since the 1920s he was a member of the Club for Old Prague, whose chairman he became in 1945. He designed the building of the Telephone Exchange in Prague - Zizkov in 1920 and in 1926 designed his most famous work at the Thomayer Hospital in Prague - Krc. He participated in the reconstruction of the Rudolfinum and the Tuscan Palace.
In addition to architecture, he also devoted himself to drawing, especially during World War II and the 1950s. He contributed drawings from old Prague to Obzor magazine. In 1941 he exhibited his works in Prague.