Routes of modernism in Europe – “From Brno to Tel Aviv”

“Stop juosta” is an architectural-historical project that presents the interwar period – the explosion of progress and the phenomenon of modernism that spread in Lithuania and beyond. Characters of the TV series: architectural historians, historians, art historians, contemporaries.

The Lithuanian Radio and Television show “Stop juosta” offers you a new form of presentation – traveling from the Czech Republic to Tel Aviv. These are one-day itineraries to Berlin, Dessau, Stuttgart, Rome, Prague, Brno, Zlin and Tel Aviv, together with archigrims: KTU doc. dr. Vaid Petrulius, Jolita Kančiene and dr. Michał Pszczółkowski, from Torun.

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Buildings that are not included in traditional travel catalogs and histories behind. Temples for modernism, the birth of Bauhaus ideas, fascist architecture in Rome or cubism in Prague. The utopian city of Zlin and Bata’s empire. And of course, Tel Aviv – a city in the desert and the idea of ​​an urban garden in the White City.

The show is created with the partial financing of the Lithuanian Council of Culture, LRT, under the patronage of the Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO, representing “Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022”.

Architectural objects:


Mouse Bunker, House of Mozė family, AEG Turbine Factory, Berlin Philharmonic, Einstein Tower (Potsdam), Berlin Unité d’habitation, Evangelical Lutheran Church and Horseshoe Quarter.


Bauhaus School, Tiorten District, Bauhaus Teacher’s House.


Weisenhof settlement, Wolfgang von Stetten castle.


Rome Academy of Arts, Sapienza University Campus, Parioli District, Ostiense Post Office, Vatican, Radio Liberty, Sabaudia, Foro Italico Church, Lithuanian Embassies.


Church, Cubism, Baba Quarter, Villa Muller, French School.


Exhibition Center, Cafe Era, Sokol, Hotel Avion, Tour of Brno, Villa Tugendhat.


Bat’a shoe factory, memorial, workers’ colony.

Tel Aviv:

Dizengoff Square, Rothschild Boulevard, Engel House, Peres Center, Liebling House, Bauhaus Center.

Creative team of the TV series:

Jurgė Pridotkaitė and Svetlana Gužauskienė

TV series:


Berlin, I part

Berlin, II part

Berlin, III part

Dessau, I part

Dessau, II part



Rome, I part

Rome, II part

Rome, III part

Rome, IV part

Czech Republic

Prague, I part

Prague, II part

Brno, I part

Brno, II part



Tel Aviv, I part

Tel Aviv, II part

Tel Aviv, III part