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The house of builder Johann Unger who significantly influenced architecture during the turn of 19th century has been found in well-preserved form. In the course of the time it has not changed, the most of the elements were preserved - such as windows, doors, cement tiles, stucco, ironwork... Although the time was passing by, the house has found a symbiotic relation with it. It has been dilapidated as the result but nevertheless all its beauty is lasting.

AuthorJan Hora, principal architect
Barbora Hora, principal architect
Jan Veisser, principal architect
PhotographerBoysPlayNice, www.boysplaynice.com