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The Čuden House is one of the richest Sezession-style houses in Ljubljana.
The architect Ciril Metod Koch designed it following the model of Vienna houses of Joseph Maria Olbrich. On the corner of the building stands out a circular turret with a square platform on which stands a sphere. According to the original plan, it should have been carried by an Atlas, reminiscent of the female figure on the near Pogačnik House.
Project date: 1902
Cigaletova street 3
Ceramics and its dimensions
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