Located in Brno, Czech Republic, Villa Tugendhat is an excellent architectural example of international style in the architectural "modern movement" that emerged in Europe in the 1920s. By the famous designer Mies van der Rohe, Besu is the prototype of European modernist architecture. The villa uses modern industrial new products to satisfy the spatial innovation application and aesthetic concept innovation of the new lifestyle. Unique technological innovations were used in the construction of the villa. For example, two windows are set on the ground, and the unique heating device and air circulation system are all new things in the creation. The materials used in the interior of the room are glass, polished stone, precious wood and chrome-plated steel. The style is very avant-garde.
In a small neighborhood in Brno, the second largest city, it is also one of the proud works of Mr. Mies van der Rohe, the representative of modernism. Visiting here to worship the master, the most profound feeling is: no matter how much the master's precedent analysis is done, it is better to go to the field to experience the master's work in person!
The second largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno is also an ancient city. The only world cultural heritage is actually a modern building, which really surprised me. However, this building deserves to be selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The architectural concept is very advanced even today, and the representative style can be seen in the Villa Savoy in Poissy, Paris.
This villa is actually a world cultural heritage, but even from the current point of view, its architecture and interior decoration are modern enough, thinking that it is a work of the early 20th century, it feels very avant-garde. To visit the villa, you need to make an appointment, enter with the group according to the time period, and it costs money to take pictures of the inside of the villa, and the price is expensive, while the tour guide did not pay attention to a secret photo.
Very beautiful, a gem of functionalism, must go