Jan ‘Dagarama’ Głuszak (1937–2000) was a Polish futurist architect that created fantastic architectural and urban visions.
In Jan's utopian cities, buildings are several kilometers tall, and the cities flow in the air. Jan was developing his own vision of the ideal city. Głuszak systematically developed his theory in an architectural-philosophical treatise De Labore Solis (From the Hardship of the Sun) filled with organic, beautiful drawings. Dagarama, like More, used drawing to create visions for the future of cities.