Ugricultural University, Nitra
Architect: Vladimír Dedeček, Rudolf Miňovský
Year of building: 1961-1966
In the sixties, the (Czecho)Slovakian architects strived to compete with the best of the western world—in the case of this university building in Nitra, their mission certainly succeeded. The structure considered a prominent piece of Slovak modernism was designed by Vladimír Dedeček and Rudolf Miňovský, who admittedly were inspired by the works of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.
Learn more about the story of this iconic building in Nitra!
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Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm
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