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Unreal Socialism in stock

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The book will offer a comprehensive survey of ideas for architectural works in the second half of the 20th century, which, for various reasons (political, implementational, economic), were never built.
National Gallery Prague, Prague 2018, 270 x 215 mm, 122 pages, Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-7035-691-3

Prague Modern: Architectural City Guide 1850 - 2000 in stock

450,00 Kč
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The best from the popular series of architecture guides in a single volume in English.
Paseka, Prague 2019, 320 pages, 145 x 235 mm, ISBN 978-80-7432-934-0

Aalto´s Nature / Aaltova příroda in stock

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Published to accompany an eponymous exhibition.
Kabinet architektury, Ostrava 2018, 155 pages, bilingual - Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-907419-0-4

Škoda: A Car That Made History in stock

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One of the most fascinating stories of success in the world of technology: Škoda joins the 100 years tradition with a modern image of a automobile corporation with golbal reach.
Vitalis, Prague 2019, 80 pages, 150 x 210 mm, ISBN 978-3-89919-652-8

Making Places / Zpřístupněná místa in stock

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This catalogue is published to indicate our third exhibition venue of “Making Places” at Ostrava, organized by Alliance for Architectural Modernity, Taiwan, Cabinet of Architecture — Tadeáš Goryczka and Jaroslav Němec, and Gallery of Fine Art in Ostrava.
Kabinet Architektury, Ostrava 2017, 177 pages, bilingual - Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-905953-7-8

Theatre must not be comedy for the people / Divadlo nesmí býti lidu komedií in stock

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This monograph focuses on the mutual relationship of Leoš Janáček and the National Theatre in Brno, the most important theatrical institution in Moravia.
The Moravian Museum, Brno 2012, 215 x 261 mm, 146 pages, Czech and English

Hidden Places in stock

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Urban architecture is embodied by buildings while the city is animated mainly by people around them. The book Hidden Places deals with the National Heritage Area in Prague, crosses the street scenery and rediscovers the relations that have been disappearing quietly from this particular space.
Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, Prague 2018, 130 x 190 mm, 231 pages.

Renaissance Prague in stock

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The author of this publication shows a picture of Prague from the time, when the Jagellons and first Habsbourgs ruled from the Czech throne.
Karolinum, Prague 2017, 205 x 260 mm, 184 pages, ISBN 978-80-246-3506-4

Art in an Unsettled Time in stock

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Thirteen studies in English and German show the diversity of the production of illumination workshops between the 14th and 15th centuries, when Prague's book painting was of the top European quality, and investigates how the reform movement and the big socio-political changes of the Hussite period influenced the appearance of the manuscripts.
Artefactum, Praha 2018, 230 x 295 mm, 231 str., ISBN 978-80-88283-15-7

Seeking God´s Face in stock

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This collective monography is a shared work of theologues and art historians which tries to capture and describe the various aspects of human search for transcendence in history and today.
Karolinum, Praha 2018, 165 x 230 mm, 358 str., ISBN 978-80-246-3979-6

Praguescape in stock

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PRAGUESCAPE introduces distinctive landscape architecture projects realized in Prague in the last thirty years, not just to the citizens of Prague, but also to other visitors from Czech Republic as well as foreign lands.
Jaroslav Frágner Gallery and Architectura, Prague 2018, 190 x 130 mm, 200 pages, Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-88161-10-3

A Century of Danish and Czech Furniture Design: Convergence and Divergence in stock

720,00 Kč
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This bilingual book complemented with extensive photographs confronts the Danish and Czech modern furniture design created in the last 100 years.
Academy of Arts, Architecture & Design in Prague, Prague 2018, 392 pages., Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-87989-09-8

Josef Sudek: The Topography of Ruins in stock

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Josef Sudek (1896–1976) photographed Prague’s monuments damaged during the Second World War, in particular during the air raid of 14 February 1945 and the Prague Uprising.
Artefactum, Prague 2018, 195 x 292 mm, 221 pages., black and white, Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-88283-10-2

Green Fox Street in stock

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The book not only reconstructs but also constructs the apartment and studio of Ester Krumbachová, prominent artist of the Czechoslovak new wave, based on her peers’ memories and her estate which is being researched by art specialists and art historians.
Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, Prague 2018, 148 x 210 mm, colour., ISBN 978-80-87989-72-2

The Star - Archduke Ferdinand II of Austria and his Summer Palace in Prague in stock

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Ústav dějin umění AV ČR, Prague 2017, 430 pages, English, ISBN 9788088283089

Spaces of Desire: Is Architecture Sexy? in stock

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Catalogue accompanying exhibition Spaces of Desire: Is Architecture Sexy?
Jaroslav Fragner Gallery, Prague 2016, 150 x 210 mm, 192 pages, Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-88161-03-5

Troja Château in stock

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The publication dedicated to the Toja Château describes the history of the construction and the circumstances of the creation of this important Prague baroque complex.
Prague City Gallery, Prague 2017, 130 x 205 mm, 115 pages., ISBN 978-80-7010-126-1

T. G. Masaryk and the Jewish Question in stock

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An English translation of a successful title by the first post-1989 Czech ambassador to Israel, Miloš Pojar. The book is a result of the author’s life-long interest in this difficult and taboo theme.
Karolinum, Prague 2019, 258 pages, 130 x 200 mm, ISBN 978-80-246-3879-90

Samizdat Past & Present in stock

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Much of what we now consider the canon of twentieth-century Czech literature—the work of authors like Bohumil Hrabal, Ludvík Vaculík, and Jáchym Topol, among many others—has, in fact, just recently become widely available to readers.
Ústav pro českou literaturu AV Karolinum, Prague 2019, 246 pages, 140 x 205 mm, ISBN 978-80-246-4033-4

Making the Most of Tomorrow in stock

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Most, one of the most impressive historical cities of Northern Bohemia, was destroyed in the sixties and seventies for coal mining. When plans to redevelop the city began, hope and expectations ran high; in the end, however, Most became a symbol for the heartless incompetence of Czechoslovak communism.
Karolinum, Prague 2019, 145 x 190 mm, 456 pages, ISBN 978-80-246-4017-4