A look beyond architecture.
This year's celebration of 100 years of the influential art movement Bauhaus was a great opportunity for me and my friends to create a series of photographs that would be a reminder of some of the movement greatest achievements, namely the legacy of modernism in design and architecture.  When looking for a personality from our region the size of the well-known masters, such as Le Corbusier or Mies van der
Villa Muller
Japanese professor of architecture Yoshio Sakurai has over the past twelve years visited every building ever realised by Adolf Loos , the Brno-born pioneer of European Modern architecture in the early 20th century. A sketchbook and camera in hand, Prof. Sakurai was on a mission that has now been fulfilled: to create exact scale models of Loos’s best works. The influential architect is especially celebrated for his innovative ways of
Villa Winternitz, built by Adolf Loos and Karel Lhota in 1932 as a family villa for Prague's lawyer Josef Winternitz, his wife Jenny Winternitz, daughter Suzana and son Peter, can be classified as a perfect and well-preserved example of Adolf Loos matured work, featuring all the most relevant and time-proven approaches and elements of his architectural language, put together in a harmonious and balanced fashion. These include the unadorned external
Placed on top of the Bradlo mountain, Mohyla, a monument of European importance is the final resting place of Slovak scientist, aviator, photographer, diplomat, and army general M.R. Štefánik. With its positioning in the landscape and its compositional, spatial and material concept, the site represents the ultimate work of European monumental architecture. The site built between 1927-1928 was designed by architect, ethnograph, and artist Dušan Jurkovič. One of the best-known
When we arrived on the site of former print house building Svornosť (Unity) in Bratislava in late October 2017, much of the abandoned stock, equipment and furniture was already gone. However, close to the entrance corridor to a huge two-floor open space there was a rusty office chair covered in dust. Although, we've recognized this modernist design beauty immediately, it took us a week or two until we finally decided
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