The work is devoted to the period of the urbanization and expansion of the city of Bratislava in the direction of the suburbs in the first third of the 20th century. It deals with the quality of pre-urban inter-war architecture and the share of Czech architects and builders in its origin. While the architectural ideas of functionalism were applied outside the centers, they were nonetheless adapted to the socially less privileged layers. The studied area is the one of the former vineyards in the urban part of Vinohrady – Kramáre, with the immediate research focusing on the part roughly bordered by the present-day streets Uhrova – Jelšová – Stromová – Bárdošova – Hroznová1. The source for the article is archival research by the author.
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