VOM WETTBEWERBSPROJEKT FÜR DAS PARLAMENT IN BUDAPEST BIS ZUM THEATER- UND REDOUTENGEBÄUDE IN ZIPSER NEUDORF (SPIŠSKÁ NOVÁ VES, IGLÓ). FÜHRENDE GRUNDSÄTZE IN DER ARCHITEKTUR VON KOLOMAN GERSTER
From the Budapest parliament building competition to the theatre and ridotto in Spišská Nová Ves. Dominant principles in Koloman Gerster's architecture
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The material analyzes the Neo-Renaissance building of the theatre and ridotto in Spišská Nová Ves/Zipser Neudorf/Iglo (after 1902) by architect Koloman Gerster (1850-1927). It describes results of the competition from 1899, consequent planning and construction process and connections with other Gerster's works and work of his contemporaries. Alongside similar buildings in Bratislava and Košice, the analyzed building belongs to the most cited ones from former Upper Hungary, today's Slovakia.
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