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29 12, 2019

The Hásek Villa

2021-02-08T15:29:37+01:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The villa was built for the successful Jablonec costume jewellery exporter Jaroslav Hásek and his family. The inspiration for it came from the Wohnung und Werkraum (WUWA) exhibition in Bratislava where he was intrigued by the design of a family home by the architect Heinrich Lauterbach. [...]

27 12, 2019

The Schmelowský Villa

2021-02-08T15:26:16+01:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

Experts consider the villa to be an excellent example of the aerodynamic functionalism of the Wroclaw school. It was designed by the architect Heinrich Lauterbach for the dermatologist Friedrich Schmelowský and his wife Marie. The Schmelowský Villa stands in a quiet area of greenery. From Opletalova [...]

29 12, 2019

The Jablonec Town Hall

2020-09-21T13:31:22+02:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture, Lookout towers and observation points|Tags: , , |

The new town hall in Jablonec nad Nisou (the seat of the Municipal Authority) was built in 1931–1932 and it is an excellent example of the functionalist architectural style. In summer, it is possible to head up the town hall tower, which provides an excellent view [...]

29 12, 2019

The City Theatre

2021-02-08T14:22:59+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The Jablonec theatre was built more than one hundred years ago (1907) according to designs drawn up by the significant Viennese company of Fellner and Helmer. It admittedly cannot boast a permanent theatre company, but this does not in any way mean that it is unable [...]

15 04, 2020

The Linke Building

2020-11-30T11:10:51+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The business and residential building, which was designed by the Jablonec architect Rudolf Günter, was built by Gustav Linke in 1929–1931 and it is one of the architectural gems of the city centre. It has been preserved in very good condition (with the exception of the [...]

23 12, 2019

The Kantor Villa

2021-02-08T15:36:34+01:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The Jablonec Doctor, Alfréd Kantor, had his family villa designed by the architect Heinrich Kulka, a pupil and long-time colleague of the internationally renowned architect Adolf Loos. The villa stands at the busy intersection of Palackého and U Přehrady Streets and it is highly reminiscent of [...]

21 02, 2020

The Schneider Villa

2020-09-21T14:29:18+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

The villa on the corner of Zlatá and V Luzích Streets was designed by the architect Rudolf Günter for Fritz and Olga Schneider in 1929. The house was completed on 7th April 1930 and it was home to a family with children and a maid. From [...]

20 02, 2020

The Church of the Holy Trinity

2020-11-16T15:12:27+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

The small church hidden among blocks of flats is now merely a reminder of the history of the independent municipality of Mšeno (Grünwald). The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity in Mšeno was once the pride of the municipality. It was erected due to the [...]

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