Recorded 5.12.2018 at Tschechisches Zentrum Berlin
The lecture by PhDr. Ladislav Zikmund-Lender showed that the unique modern urbanism and architecture in Hradec Králové laid references to historic periods, systematically incorporated public green zones in the concept of the metropolis as well as organically interconnected progressive and traditional architectural forms. Additionally, because of a liberal environment in the city, there was a unique permeation of national identities in shaping the modern architecture – Czech and German – and various religious backgrounds – Catholic, Jewish, Protestant and after 1918 a new Czechoslovak church which became very popular.
archint 1918_2018 is a series of events on the turn in architecture after 1918, after the establishment of the First Czechoslovak Republic. Young theoreticians of architecture will present their new projects on heritage and the courageous modern visions that have strongly shaped the Czech architectural landscape. In cooperation with CzechTourism