Bohuslav Fuch was a famous Czech architect who build our school too. It was build in 1928. Our students were inspired by his famous buldings in art lessons.
The New York Times says: “In particular, I was hoping to visit the buildings of the architect Bohuslav Fuchs, who had built many of the city’s most charismatic buildings, like the skinny Avion, a nine-story modernist hotel downtown, elegantly wedged into a lot less than 28 feet wide. The city’s main post office — a sprawling, inscrutable block — was by Fuchs, as were many bank buildings, shopping arcades and several elegant villas.“