Prague Brutalist Icons
Personal project started in 2016, depicting famous brutalist buildings in my hometown
– Prague, Czech republic.


These buildings are often seen as hideous derelicts of socialist era and either insensibly rebuilt or demolished right away to make building space.

For more information about Czechoslovakian architecture between 1945 – 1989,
visit database A489
Koospol, now CUBE center (Stanislav Franc, Vladimír Fencl, Jan Nováček), built 1975–1977
See it on StreetView here

DBK – Department store of housing culture (Věra Machoninová), built 1981
StreetView

Transgas (Václav Aulický, Jiří Eisenreich, Ivo Loos, Jindřich Malátek), built 1972–1978
StreetView

Department store Kotva (Věra Machoninová a Vladimír Machonin), built 1970–1975
StreetView

Hotel Praha (Jaroslav Paroubek, Arnošt Navrátil, Radek Černý, Jan Sedláček), built 1975–1981
Demolished 2014 – link to czech wiki

New Stage of National Theatre (Karel Prager), built 1977–1983
StreetView

Hotel InterContinental (Karel Filsak, Karel Bubeníček, Jaroslav Švec), built 1968–1974
StreetView

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