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At the end of the 19th century, the First Municipal Brewery was a landmark site, associated with the national and local pride of beer brewing, ‘across the river’ from the City proper. It was born of Industrial Revolution Prague, along with the nearby Prague Slaughterhouse campus and the Prague Fairgrounds, which hosted World Expo events during the same period. Today, the former First Municipal Brewery, now known as Holešovický Pivovar, is an award-winning, vital and successful urban regeneration project, spanning four city blocks.

AuthorVít Máslo, principal architect
David Richard Chisholm, principal architect
Co-authorEvžen Dub, architect
Gabriela Sekyrová, architect
Nela Niederle, architect
CollaboratorMain contractor: CMC architects, MG-MONT