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Apartment building on Neklanova 30 (Vysehrad). Architect: Josef Chochol (1913-1914), Prague

Apartment building on Neklanova 30 (Vysehrad). Architect: Josef Chochol (1913-1914), Prague

This corner apartment block was constructed between 1913 and 1914 by František Hodek, and is generally attributed to the cubist architect Josef Chochol. http://praguestory.com/

This corner apartment block was constructed between 1913 and 1914 by František Hodek, and is generally attributed to the cubist architect Josef Chochol. http://praguestory.com/

Haus Diamant,  Prague, 1912–1913  Technically not Art Deco, which is said to have originated in Paris in the 20ies

Haus Diamant, Prague, 1912–1913 Technically not Art Deco, which is said to have originated in Paris in the 20ies

La chora de Platón: el espacio infinito, eterno, inmutable, continuo, universal Estructura geométrica

La chora de Platón: el espacio infinito, eterno, inmutable, continuo, universal Estructura geométrica

Josef Chochol; Mietshaus in der Neklan-Straße in Prag, 1913, Reprofoto. Foto: UPM-Kunstgewerbemuseum Prag

Josef Chochol; Mietshaus in der Neklan-Straße in Prag, 1913, Reprofoto. Foto: UPM-Kunstgewerbemuseum Prag

Cubist House in Neklanova street, Prague designed by Josef Chochol

Cubist House in Neklanova street, Prague designed by Josef Chochol

Josef Chochol - Apartmenthaus "Hodek", Prague, 1914

Josef Chochol - Apartmenthaus "Hodek", Prague, 1914

Sample of Prague's Cubist architecture

Sample of Prague's Cubist architecture

Josef Chochol - Apartmenthaus “Hodek”, Prague  1914

Josef Chochol - Apartmenthaus “Hodek”, Prague 1914

Cubist streetlamp in Prague

Cubist streetlamp in Prague


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