Lectures

A LECTURE BY OTAKAR MÁČEL

A LECTURE BY OTAKAR MÁČEL

3.10.2016

Modern furniture and modern architecture Development of furniture proceeded hand in hand with architecture. This applies to modern architecture and interior. Formal and ideological characteristics of... read more

 
PAVEL ZATLOUKAL: MEDITATION ON ARCHITECTURE

PAVEL ZATLOUKAL: MEDITATION ON ARCHITECTURE

15.6.2016

Architecture historian Pavel Zatloukal will present a lecture on his latest publication, Meditations on Architecture: Olomouc, Brno, Hradec Králové 1815  ̶ 1915. The book Meditation on Architecture... read more

 
A LECTURE BY LYNDA WAGGONER

A LECTURE BY LYNDA WAGGONER

19.5.2016

Fallingwater In 1935, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a country house for the Kaufmann Family over a small stream in Western Pennsylvania. He named it Fallingwater. It remains one of Wright’s most acclaimed... read more

 
LECTURE BY MAGDALENA DROSTE

LECTURE BY MAGDALENA DROSTE

4.4.2016

 „Lilly Reich and her partnership with Mies van der Rohe“  Prof. Dr. Phil. Magdalena Droste studied art history at the University of Marburg. She spent her voluntary gap years in 1977–1979 in... read more

 
A LECTURE BY MICHAL SEDLÁČEK

A LECTURE BY MICHAL SEDLÁČEK

30.9.2015

Qatar Sports City – Competition For FIFA World Cup Soccer Stadium A competition submittal for the Qatar 2022 FIFA soccer World Cup opening and final game iconic stadium. Drawing on the rich traditions... read more

 
A LECTURE BY JAN SAPÁK

A LECTURE BY JAN SAPÁK

22.6.2015

Villa TugendhatA house on the edge of history The same title as the lecture is also featured on a monograph dedicated to this project by architect Jan Sapák. The Villa Tugendhat in Brno is his lifelong... read more

 
A LECTURE BY MICHAL SEDLÁČEK

A LECTURE BY MICHAL SEDLÁČEK

18.5.2015

Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles In 2003, a concert hall was successfully completed in Los Angeles after 16 years of construction, its design was created in the studio of Frank Owen Gehry. The... read more

 
LECTURE BY JULIA BOJARYN AND CLAUDIA MUNTSCHICK

LECTURE BY JULIA BOJARYN AND CLAUDIA MUNTSCHICK

27.4.2015

TOPOMOMO – Topography of the Modern Movement From 1918 to 1939 the area between Weisswasser in Upper Lusatia and Jablonec nad Nisou in Northern Bohemia was characterized by innovative industrialists and... read more

 
LECTURE BY CHRISTOPHER LONG

LECTURE BY CHRISTOPHER LONG

23.3.2015

The Roots of the Barcelona Pavilion For years scholars and historians have attributed the origins of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s landmark design for the Barcelona Pavilion to the revolutionary spatial... read more

 
LECTURE BY A GROUP OF RESEARCHERS

LECTURE BY A GROUP OF RESEARCHERS

16.2.2015

Building and business activities of the Löw-Beer family In August last year, a book titled "The Löw-Beer Villas and the History of an Entrepreneurial  Family" was published, dedicated to the Jewish... read more

 
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