FOIBOS - Czech Republic (16.12.2010 10:46)0 comments
The villa of Hermina Ripkova von Rechthofen is the most romantic part of the villa suburb constructed from the 1870s onwards in the valley of the river Svratka.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (21.12.2010 10:21)
The architect of the villa of Ilza and Rudolf Holzner, Jindřich (Heinrich) Kulka, is regarded as the most faithful pupil and collaborator of Adolf Loos, continuing with his methods of treating the operational functions of a family villa.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (16.12.2010 12:06)
A native of the Central Bohemian town of Český Brod, Jan Koula (1855–1955) emerged as one of the great Czech exponents of architectural historicism in the second half of the 19th century.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (5.9.2007 00:00)
Architect Antonín Navrátil was appointed company architect and designer for the textile empire of Jan Nehera.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (17.12.2010 10:29)
The villa of Jan Otta, owner of the Czech publishing enterprise best renowned for its encyclopaedias, was designed by a young student of Jan Kotěra’s, Otakar Novotný.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (28.7.2010 00:00)
The villa of Jan Rohrer was composed as three entirely smooth but partially intersecting rectangles, with a surface covered in high-quality stucco of various patterns and possibly even colouring.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (17.12.2010 12:22)
The villa of Jan Štenc, owner of a major Prague printing workshop, owes much of its effect to its monumental situation in the landscape and the unusually modern appearance given to the house by architect Jan Kotěra.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (17.12.2010 11:22)
The villa of Jan Váňa in Benešov was designed by a native of the town, Otakar Novotný, who had the opportunity to render the Váňa family residence as a complete artistic work including the furnishings and the landscaping of the garden.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (17.12.2010 14:21)
At the time when Jiří Kroha designed his own house, his architectural work was close to Functionalism yet marked by a nervously charged dynamic form, grounded in his personality as much as the Cubist and Expressionist stages of his previous oeuvre.
FOIBOS - Czech Republic (16.12.2010 11:31)
The villa of Johann Eduard Tomola, a sculptor and stoneworker, was designed by a friend of the client, the Vienna-born Alois Prastorfer.