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by Rostislav Svacha,Alexandra Buchler


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

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

Translated by Alexandra Buchler. 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

Translated by Alexandra Buchler. Foreword by Kenneth Frampton. 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. Prague is a one of Europe's oldest and most beautiful cities.

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Start by marking Architecture of New Prague 1895-1945 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Originally published in Czech in 1985, this seminal work focuses on the architecture of Prague from the turn of the century to the end of the Second World War: a rich matrix within which to place the figures who created the powerful, innovative spirit of moder foreword by Kenneth Frampton essay by Eric Dluhosch Prague is a one of Europe's oldest and. most beautiful cities.

Rostislav Svacha, Eric Dluhosch, Alexandra BÜCHLER. Foreword by Kenneth Framptonessay by Eric Dluhosch Prague is a one of Europe's oldest and most beautiful cities. Originally published in Czech in 1985, this seminal work focuses on the architecture of Prague from the turn of the century to the end of the Second World War: a rich matrix within which to place the figures who created the powerful, innovative spirit of modern Czech architecture.

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The Architecture of New Prague, 1895-1945. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995. Christopher Long (a1). University of Texas, Austin.

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Publication info: New York : Fordham University Press, 2008. The architecture of new Prague, 1895-1945, Rostislav Švácha ; translated by Alexandra Büchler ; photographs by Jan Malý ; foreword by Kenneth Frampton ; essay by Eric Dluhosch

Publication info: New York : Fordham University Press, 2008. The architecture of new Prague, 1895-1945, Rostislav Švácha ; translated by Alexandra Büchler ; photographs by Jan Malý ; foreword by Kenneth Frampton ; essay by Eric Dluhosch. Space packed : the architecture of Alfred Neumann, Rafi Segal.

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. The more than 300 illustrations, all commissioned for the book, were taken by architectural photographer Jan Maly.

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foreword by Kenneth Framptonessay by Eric Dluhosch

Prague is a one of Europe's oldest and most beautiful cities. Originally published in Czech in 1985, this seminal work focuses on the architecture of Prague from the turn of the century to the end of the Second World War: a rich matrix within which to place the figures who created the powerful, innovative spirit of modern Czech architecture.

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. Three supplements appear in this edition: a directory of approximately 1,200 buildings (with street addresses), 25 short biographies of the main Prague architects of the time, and a revised bibliography. The more than 300 illustrations, all commissioned for the book, were taken by architectural photographer Jan Maly.

The text provides detailed coverage of the most important architects and their buildings, many of which have never been documented in any English-language publication. There are also valuable insights into the cultural conditions that helped to shape the Czech capital. An introductory chapter takes up Prague's urbanistic development and its context within international architectural movements.

Architecture of New Prague 1895-1945 ebook
Author:
Rostislav Svacha,Alexandra Buchler
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The MIT Press (April 27, 1995)
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