Josef Chochol

Josef Chochol (1880-1958) born in Pisek, Czech Republic

Important cubist architect and political activist, a member of the  Manes Union of Fine Arts. In 1914 he moved from pure cubism to become an International Constructivist. Chochol was a founding member of the Left Front Organisation and the Association of Socialist Architects. Amongst his most famous designs were the Vysehrad House in Prague and the Kovarovicova Villa in Čeština.

Josef Chochol Kubisticka Villa

Photographer Aktron

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