The southern slopes of the first large suburb in the capital city of Prague have always attracted people to posh residential living. However, the romanticizing delirium of typical construction with steep roofs, ostentatious stone soffits and superfluous brick cladding used to be a laughing stock for modernist architects in their time, who dreamed of strip windows, flat roofs and central heating. Many prophets of the glorious industrial world did not give them hope for more than a generation.
|Author||Jakub Filip Novák|
|Photographer||Studio Flusser, www.studioflusser.com|
|Collaborator||Collaboration: David Hromada|
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