Lwów. The architecture and planning in modernity after modernity – lecture by Prof. Bohdan Cherkes

2018-03-28, 6:00 p.m.
The architectural landscape of pre-war Lviv was a tangle of many circumstances. Lviv Polytechnic and its teaching staff played an important role in integrating architectural training in the Second Polish Republic. Being one of just two technical schools in Poland it drew in students from all corners of the country. Their activity had a remarkable impact on the city, which was not only a laboratory for avant-garde architecture in the interwar period but also an experimental space for other creative areas, such as photography or painting.

Prof. Bohdan Cherkes – architect and architecture historian at the School of Architecture of Lviv Polytechnic.

Admission is free.
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