The Mies online tab was created during the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, when we were forced to close our institution and move all our activities online. With the end of the quarantine, the Mies online tab has not disappeared, it has become our platform where we will share our virtual content, prepared by the Villa Tugendhat Study and Documentation Centre, which you can enjoy in the comfort of your home.
In addition to our virtual tour, you will find a number of interesting facts from the history and present of the villa, photos, educational activities, videos and interviews from our archive, which present our past or upcoming exhibitions and projects.
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City life and urbanity, the contrasts of inside and outside, of blurriness and focus, reflections and mirror images, playing with the viewer’s perception — these are the pictorial themes of the Berlin-based photo artist Arina Dähnick which she processed into her architectural portraits of buildings by Mies van der...
Do you have skillful children or restless architect at home? Or do you just miss Villa Tugendhat as much as we do? Try to make Villa Tugendhat paper model.
Paper model can be downloaded here.
Instruction manual can be downloaded
You can open the virtual tour here.
No photograph of this house can convey the right impression. One has to move around in this house, its rhythm is like music.
The photo gallery consists of shots of the exteriors and interiors of Villa Tugendhat during February 2012, shortly prior to the Villa being reopen to the public. The author of the photography is David Židlický.
The photo gallery consists of shots of the exteriors and interiors of Villa Tugendhat in approximately the sequence which visitors could view the house during the guided tours. The author of the photography is David Židlický. The photographs were taken over the course of the year 2009 and at the beginning of the year...