QITTNER, ZSIGMOND (1857–1918), Hungarian architect. After studying in Munich and traveling in three continents he settled down in Budapest. In collaboration with L. and J. *Vago he designed the Gresham Palace for an English insurance company (1907), a landmark in Budapest and an example of early Secessionism. Among other public appointments he was also president of the Association of Hungarian Architects.
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