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Beautiful, perfectly repaired villa of the First-republican Slovak architect in rustic style. We welcomed the opportunity to see it yourself, without a guide and our own way. Stylish interiors, permanent exhibition informing about other buildings of this original architect. We recommend.
The visit of Jurkovic villa is to be booked on website in advance. The garden and trees around grew up since Jurkovic time and the house and its interiors are little bit dark and hidden in the garden. Anyhow interesting amd worth seeing. Some 10...More
As in the case of Tugendhat you have to plan ahead. You can not visit unaccompanied. You may be able to join a tour in Czech. It feels like you are considered a threat to the precious building and garden. Most rooms are empty anyway....More
Hidden in a small quiet street, set in a wonderfully designed garden is a gem of modernist architecture, a villa designed by an architect of Slovak origin who designed the house for himself and his family.
Don't miss this if you love Arts & Crafts. Get the No 1 tram from the railway station (opposite side of the road) Amazing exterior and interior to the house and some good written explanations in English. The website didn't mention booking in advance, but...More
Do you like haunted places? - There is a chance that during your visit in autumn you might meet souls of people, who lived in this villa. Maybe you will not see the ghosts, but you could hear them - Dusan Jurkovic, architect and very...More
The early-20th cent. villa has been nicely restored. It contains little original furniture, but the structure itself is original and likeable. There was a good, well-informed guide and also an interesting temporary exhibition of young textile designers.
I'm a fan of Jurkovič architecture, so it was a great pleasure for to see finally this vila. The garden is nice and even the trees are grown and vila is surrounded by houses which weren't there one hundred years ago. I read that the...More