Buszko, Henryk (1924– ). Polish architect, who established a partnership with Aleksander Franta (1925– ) in Katowice in 1950, designing a wide range of building types. The firm's RC Church, Katowice (1993), exploits the possibilities of dramatic curved forms.
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