The House of Unger
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.
|Author||Jan Hora, principal architect|
Barbora Hora, principal architect
Jan Veisser, principal architect
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