Buildings designed by Czech architects outside the borders of Czechia
Includes works by Czech architects or those born in what now is Czechia.
|Genbaku Dome||Jan Letzel (born in Nachod, Bohemia, Austro-Hungarian Empire): "His most famous design was the huge administrative building of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hiroshima, now the Hiroshima Peace Memorial." (wiki)|
|Residence of Bukovinian & Dalmatian Metropolitans||Designed by Josef Hlavka (born Přeštice, Bohemia, Austrian Empire): "In 1860, the Religious Affairs Ministry issued a decree announcing a contest to select an architect for a new episcopal residence. The Czech architect Josef Hlávka was selected to develop the project"|
|Stoclet House||Designed by Josef Hoffmann, "an Austrian-Moravian architect and designer" (born in Moravia, then part of Austria-Hungary).|
|Vienna||Looshaus is the most prominent, but there are lots of others designed by Adolf Loos (born in Brno).|
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