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eBook Czech Architecture And Its Austerity: Fifty Buildings 1989 - 2004 ePub
Author: Rostivlav Svacha
Language: English
ISBN: 8090325742
ISBN13: 978-8090325746
Publisher: Fraktaly Pub (May 1, 2006)
Pages: 303
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 548
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ePub file: 1901 kb
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Fifty buildings 1989-2004. Author: Rostislav Švácha Name: Czech architecture and its austerity. Fifty buildings 1989-2004 year of publication: 2004 Publisher: Prostor Place of publication: Praha. BAM Literature Czech architecture and its austerity. The Brno Architecture Trails is a joint project by the City of Brno and the House of Arts of Brno with financial support from European Regional Development Funds.

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Prague is known for its architecture to be sure, but few books really cover it in great depth and none until this one in English considered only the seminal period between 1895 and 1945 when some of the city's most crucial architecture was designed and constructed. The author is a leading authority on Prague's architecture and its history and the comprehensive approach he takes offers the views of both a scholar and someone who has a personal relationship with the city.

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Rostislav Svacha is head of the Department of Art History at the Faculty of. .

Rostislav Svacha is head of the Department of Art History at the Faculty of Philosophy at the Palacký University. Since the recovery of his work after the "velvet revolution" of 1989, his legacy has been revived not only in Prague, but also in Western Europe and the United States. Teige firmly believed in an ars una, free of the artificial separation of one branch of the arts from the other. Encyclopedic in its coverage, The Architecture of New Prague documents the architects, structures, and theoretical underpinnings that helped to shape Prague's cultural heritage and present-day artistic spirit. foreword by Kenneth Frampton essay by Eric Dluhosch.

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