Bartol Felbinger is a major builder in the first half of the 19th century, and a prominent representative of the architecture of Classicism in Zagreb and continental Croatia. In Vienna, he worked as a bricklayer apprentice to F. Wipplinger and F. Zauner, director of the Academy of Fine Arts, and then as a draftsman in the construction of the castle Laxenburg. After six years of his stay in Vienna, he became a superb draftsman architectural plans. He came to Zagreb in 1809, since then he occurs at all major public and numerous private projects. Among his numerous works representativeness particularly the unrealized designs for Đakovo Cathedral.