By Robyn Beaver
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6. The ruins of Pr ague Town Hall af ter the fire, 1945. Fig. 7. F. M. Černý, Project for the reconstruction of Pr ague Town Hall, 1946. indd 32 2/24/11 2:54 PM Fig. 8. Ludvík Hilgert, Winebar, Bookshop, and Hotel, Val ašské Hloubak y, 1943, from Architek tur a ČSR (1946). under way, but there were more opportunities for engineers than architects. 91 In subsequent issues in 1946 and the first half of 1947, the pages of Architektura ČSR were filled with war commemorations; designs by architects in other countries, especially Scandinavia; proposals for new building types; and a recounting of buildings that had been built during the war and never published (figs.
HSB Cooper ative, Fredhäll Housing De velopment, Stockholm, Sweden, from Architek tur a ČSR (1947). Fig. 10. Opening celebr ation for the Fučík Quarter in 1947, from Architek tur a ČSR (1947). twenty-four-unit, three-story masonry brick apartment buildings in Zlín, collectively called the Fučík Quarter and designed by the former Baťa architect Vladimír Karfík. Černý to address the assembled crowd on its behalf; the text of his short congratulatory speech and photographs of the building were then published in Architektura ČSR in the summer of 1947 (figs.
23 Teige promoted this “pure” work as a foil to the oppressive nature of capitalism, which he saw as point of origin for the economic and social problems cities experienced during the Great Depression. Perhaps as a manifestation of Teige’s own struggle to come to terms with the rational and the expressive, another theory of functionalism developed within Devětsil in the 1920s. ” He goes on to argue that the differences were largely theoretical, because the buildings designed by the architects involved in these debates were not demonstrably different from one another.