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Locality:Czech Republic
Date:10/26/2017
Five Beauties of Functionalism: Tugendhat, a Brno Gem, and a Villa Where Fidel Castro Slept
Villa Tugendhat is the only modern architecture monument in the Czech Republic registered on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Functionalism was a school that became popular in the 1920s and 1930s. The leading architectural style was also dominant in Czechoslovakia and, in the...

Villa Tugendhat is the only modern architecture monument in the Czech Republic registered on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.

Five Beauties of Functionalism: Tugendhat, a Brno Gem, and a Villa Where Fidel Castro Slept Functionalism was a school that became popular in the 1920s and 1930s. The leading architectural style was also dominant in Czechoslovakia and, in the interwar period, Czechoslovak architecture was one of the best in Europe thanks to functionalism. You can visit true gems of world architecture designed by such architects as Adolf Loos or Ludwig Miese van der Rohe.  
 
 

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