Der Wiener Architekt Robert Raschka und seine Wettbewerbsprojekte

Title in English Architect Robert Raschka from Vienna and his Competing Projects


Year of publication 2015
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Opuscula historiae artium
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Web Digitální knihovna FF MU
Field Art, architecture, cultural heritage
Keywords History of architecture; Historicism; Robert Raschka; Vienna; Szombathely; Kyselka Spa; Architectural Competitions
Description The article is zoomed to competing architectural projects of architect and painter Robert Raschka from Vienna (1847–1908), e. g. Central Cemetery in Vienna, Saving bank in Steinamanger (Szombathely), Frucht- und Mehlbörse in Vienna, Northbohemian museum of Applied Arts in Liberec (Reichenberg), Deutsche Kasino in Prag, Pavilion of Otto Spring ("Quellentempel") in Lázně Kyselka (Giesshübl-Sauerbrunn) and Kaiser Franz Josef-Museum in Vienna. The article is also focused on his biography.
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