Adaptation of Slavia Insurance Company

C094

The adaptation of the historicist building by F. A. Dvořák from 1890 to suit the needs of the Slavia Insurance Company took place in the early 1930s. The project mainly involved modernizing and unifying the historicist facades of the two neighbouring buildings by replacing the decorative elements with plain architectural elements. The ground floor of the house in Jo tova Street had housed the Bellevue Café since 1913.

Name
Adaptation of Slavia Insurance Company

Date
1931 – 1931

Architect
Bohumír František Antonín Čermák

Trail
Centre

Code
C094

Type
Refurbishment, adjustment

Address
Moravské náměstí 144, 249/7, 8, (Město Brno), Brno, Střed

Public transport
Česká (TROL 32, 34, 36)
Česká (TRAM 3, 4, 5, 6, 9)
Česká (TRAM 3, 9, 11, 12)
Moravské náměstí (TRAM 1, 6)
Moravské náměstí (TRAM 3,5,9)


GPS
49°11'53.090"N, 16°36'23.421"E

Literature
Rostislav Koryčánek, Česká architektura v německém Brně. Město jako ideální krajina nacionalismu, Brno 2003

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