KUDĔLKA, ZDENEK. Brněnská Architektua 1919-1928.



Quarto, decorated cloth, D/W. 94(2)pp., 36 plates. A fine study of modernist architecture as it developed over the first decade of the First Republic of Czechoslovakia. Led by architects Bohuslav Fuchs and Arnost Wiesner, Brno became a leading centre of architectural design in Central Europe and gave rise to some of the most successful Functionalist buildings in the day. The survey includes lesser known but important architects such as Alois Kuba, Bohumil Cermak, Josef Polasek, Jaroslav Grunt, Jindrich Kumpost, inter alia. Replete with illustrations. Czech text with English and German summaries. D/w rubbed.

Brněnská Architektua

Item details

Publisher: Blok.
Format: Cloth
Date: 1970
Place: Brno.
Edition: First edition
Condition: Very Good
Book ID: 022572

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