The winner of a gold medal at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris in 1925 and the owner of a restoration and decoration company, František Joska, wanted a multiple-family house. As with the Lisý House, the floor layout is repeated. On the top floor, the size of the terrace area is significantly reduced in favour of the third, albeit smaller, housing unit. In this case, the reinforced concrete structure as the new functionalist element is replaced by a traditional brick structure.
An architect who studied in the Hague and Vienna and was a student of Josef Gočár at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. He managed an independent architectural studio together with his brother Karel Fišer. In addition to the Joska House in Baba, they also designed other houses and buildings throughout the country. He was also an expert on lighting design.
studied at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and in the master class of Professor Josef Gočár in Prague
extended stay in the Netherlands, worked with the architectural studio of H. P. Berlage and the Phillips company
expert on lighting in the project of the State Gallery in Prague in Letná by Josef Gočár
associate professor at the Academy of Arts in Prague, expert in the field of lighting in architecture
An architect who studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design and at CTU in Prague and managed an independent architectural studio with his brother Jaroslav Fišer. In addition to the Joska House in Baba, they also designed other houses and buildings throughout the country.
studied architecture at the Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design and CTU in Prague
independent design studio in Prague in cooperation with his brother Jaroslav Fišer
villas in Roudnice nad Labem, Liberec and Moravské Budějovice
factory buildings in Prague-Modřany and Prague-Hloubětín
town rental houses, Chrudimská and Písecká Streets, Prague-Vinohrady
reconstruction of the theatre in Mnichovo Hradiště
adjustments to the Světozor Arcade, Prague
František Joska, the construction investor, accepted a very reasonable offer from the Kavalír brothers, according to which he subsequently undertook to do all the painting work on all their constructions in Baba. However, because of health issues, he could not keep to his end of the contract, and he was forced to sell the house for CZK 300,000 in 1939.