Hvezda housing development

Over the next 40 years, 45 housing estates were built by the local authorities, mostly using concrete panel system blocks in open layouts based on Le Corbusier's ideas of urbanism. The reality of the socialist architecture of the estates was grey and dusty as the inflexible, centralised communist economy which ...

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