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Ödön Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture

Ödön Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture is part of the Tentative list of Hungary in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

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Assif Am-David

This nomination includes five buildings three of which are located in Budapest. I only visited two of the three in Budapest and found them both impressive from the outside. I also entered Lechners most famous building - the Museum of Applied Arts - and found nothing special about its interior. I also know Lechner's Blue Church in Bratislava and find it a shame it is not part of this proposal. I think it too is one of his finest works.

Lechner can be clearly associated with the Judgenstil/Art Nouveau/Secession movement of the late 19th century. Nonetheless, I think he still retained a personal style that be recognized when admiring his buildings.

This said, I don't know how influential or exceptional he was in the history of architecture to make a special nomination for him alone.


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Site Info

  • Full name: Ödön Lechner's independent pre-modern architecture
  • Country: Hungary

Site History

    2008 - Submitted

     

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Locations

The site has 5 locations.

  • The Kecskem?t City Hall
  • The Museum of Applied Arts
  • The Postal Savings Bank
  • The State Geological Institute
  • The Szent L?szl? Church in K?b?nya
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