he Tugendhat Villa in Brno, designed by the architect Mies van der Rohe, is an outstanding example of the international style in the modern movement in architecture as it developed in Europe in the 1920s. Its particular value lies in the application of innovative spatial and aesthetic concepts that aim to satisfy new lifestyle needs by taking advantage of the opportunities afforded by modern industrial production.
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Mies van der Rohe's Villa Tugendhat, a paragon of light and spacious living and the inspiration for Simon Mawer's 2009 novel The Glass Room, has been restored to its 1930s glory and is now open to public.
Villa Tugendhat Architectural Exhibition in Lviv aims at showcasing this architectural masterpiece to a wider audience in details. Mrs Iveta Chorna, the director of Villa Tugendhat Museum, will visit Lviv to share the story of its restoration. There also will be documentary screenings «Villa Tugendhat Destiny» (Czech Republic, 2012, 52 min) and «Villa Tugendhat restoration process from 2010 to 2012» (Czech Republic, 2014, 34 min).
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The exhibition ends on February 17th, 2017.
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