The widow of architect Jan Kaplický has discussed the building of one of his designs with the mayor of Prague 8, Lidovky.cz reported. The large, futuristic structure, originally conceived as a new National Library building to stand on Letná Plain and nicknamed the Blob, could be built on the city’s Rohanský Island, under a proposal from Culture Minister Daniel Herman backed by a wealthy developer. After a meeting with Prague 8 mayor Jiří Janků, Eliška Kaplický said she liked the idea of the project being realised on Rohanský Island, in part because it is by Karlín, an area that has seen a lot of new architecture in recent years.
Class photo in Teplice daily sparks hate speech on social networks
Sociologist: Many of the basic values heralded in the 1990s have been practically abandoned
Jihlava - the city of Mahler´s childhood
Racist comments about Egyptians by deputy governor uncovered by Hlidacipes
Czech cannabis market suffers growing pains