Publication date: 
2018/10/18
The Czech Chamber of Authorized Engineers and Technicians in Building Construction (ČKAIT) organized an exhibition ‘Czech and Slovak Buildings of the Century’ at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. The project, created on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of establishment of the republic, maps important buildings across the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The ‘Czech and Slovak Buildings of the Century’ project aims to promote the success of Czech and Slovak construction over the past 100 years. The project includes structural and architectural works with regard to their importance and contribution since 1918 to the present.

In Czechoslovakia, as well as in the later Czech and Slovak Republics, many notable buildings were built, important for further development of the society. A specialized committee of representatives of Czech and Slovak associations connected with the development of building picked a total of 100 structures to be presented, out of them 66 Czech and 34 Slovak.

The organizers of the project are the Czech Chamber of Authorized Engineers and Technicians, the Czech Association of Civil Engineers, the Slovak Chamber of Civil Engineers, the Slovak Union of Building Engineers and the SIA - Council for Construction of the Czech Republic. The project is included in the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. CTU in Prague is also partner of the project.

You can find trailer for the exhibition here.

A short film was shot in connection with the exhibition, commented by prominent specialists in the field such as PhDr. Benjamin Fragner, Ing. Václav Mach, prof. Ing. František Ohrablo, PhD. and akad. arch. David Vávra.
  Photo Mgr. Soňa Rafajová, ČKAIT

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