Karel Hubáček

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Karel Hubáček (born February 24, 1924 in Prague ; † November 23, 2011 ) was a Czech architect , university professor and especially known for the design of the Ještěd television tower .


After graduating from high school in Prague- Nusle in 1943 and forced labor in the German Reich until 1945, Hubáček studied architecture at the Technical University in Prague (ČVUT) and graduated in 1949. From 1951 to 1968 he worked for the project planning company Stavoprojekt in Liberec ; afterwards he became director of the architecture firm SIAL , which he founded in 1968 . In 1993 the ČVUT awarded him an honorary doctorate in technical sciences. From 1994 to 1997 he was the head of the Faculty of Architecture at the Technical University in Liberec . In 1995 he completed his habilitation at the Prague School of Applied Arts (VŠUP) ; In addition, in 1995 he was teaching applied arts at Prague University.

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Dívčí hrady water tower in Prague-Radlice, designed by Hubáček

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