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The Golden Age (1867-1914)

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The Golden Age (1867-1914)
Guided tour in the district 6th, Budapest
New Theater (Former Parisiana, Új Színház) Paulay Ede street, 35.
Ernst Museum (Ernst Múzeum) Nagymező street 8.
1. The Grand Department Store of Paris (Párizsi Nagy Áruház) - Andrássy Avenue 39.
2. The Grand Department Store of Paris- Back Side (Párizsi Nagy Áruház) - Paulay Ede Str. 54.
3. Ernst Museum (Ernst Múzeum)- Nagymező Str. 8.
4. New Theater, Parisiana (Új Színház) - Paulay Ede Str. 35.
5. Mai Manó House (Mai Manó Ház) - Nagymező Str. 20.
Grand Department Store of Paris (Párizsi Nagy Áruház- Andrássy avenue, 39.)
Mai Manó House (Mai Manó Ház) Nagymező street, 20.
Zsigmond Sziklai, the first Hungarian movie maker
https://travellarge.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/budapest-jugendstil.jpg Jugendstil / Art Nouveau / Secession.... the same subject – the different approach
http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-a-late-19th-century-building-in-grandiose-style-on-the-plaza-fabini-7526561.html - urban architecture of the region

Thank you for your attention!
From the Golden Age Group: Márta Bakos-Nagy, Borbála Cseh, Zsolt Vódli
Centropa Summer Academy, 2017

Lesson plan about the Hungarian Art Nouveau Architecture
Hungarian Jewish Architects' Works
The Golden Age –Group

Guided walk in Budapest city in district 6th

1. Age : 14-18 – students of Bakos Nagy Márta
2. Duration: a 45 minute preparation session and an 1,5 hour tour
3. Props: Students need map, camera


- History: time and space – key words: Franz Josph&Sissi, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, haskala, chasid, civil/national right, egality in rights, national movements, Art deco
- Centropa film – Introduction to the Hungarian Jewish History
- Centropa-database – (search by key words) photos: find 5 photos: traditional and assimilated jewish clothing/flat,
- http://www.centropa.org/node/45289 - the Nussbaum-story + interview text

Students work in small groups. Groups present their ideas
- either oral explained PPT
- or „whirlpool-table” ( 4 tables for 4-6 person at each table, students explain the key-words, ideas of their own group one after the other, they leave their ideas in written form on the table, then they change tables. We will repeat it 3 times, for the 4-th turn everybody comes back to the original starting table. They find all their ideas, key words, info etc. collected by the others. They prepare a summary for their own group on the base of the notices. ) They can use the group-summaries later. Time management is basic!
Teacher-guided pre-lesson: explanation to the art-history, novelties of the era in urbanistics, social life – the Nussbaum –story once again, in details, focusing on the „fin de siécle”.

Built: 1909-1910
Architect: Zsigmond Sziklai
Owner: Samuel Gottlieb Goldberger, the famous textile manufacturer
Present days

The front of the building is shaped like an "A", referring to "archiectura"
Lotz hall, a venue for concerts and balls
The back side of the department store in Paulay Ede street 54.
Architect: SZÉKELY Marcell (1861–1939)
Lobby: LECHNER Ödön (1845.- 1914. ) . Glass: RIPPL-RÓNAI József. ( 1861 - 1927. )
Robert CAPA (born Endre Friedmann; October 22, 1913 – May 25, 1954) was a Hungarian war photographer and photo journalist, arguably the greatest combat and adventure photographer in history

ERNST Lajos (or: Ernszt, 1872 – 1937 ) collector, art-supporter and donator, founder of the museum, counsellor of the government for long years.
Architect: Béla Lajta
Built in 1909 in Art Nouveau style
Miksa RÓTH ( Roth Miksa József Pest, 1865 – Budapest, 1944. ) glass-painter and mosaic-artist
Mai Manó, photographer (1855-1917), „Kaiserlich- und Königlicher Photograph - photo-artist
Atchitect: Architectural idea: NAY Rezső and STRAUSZ Muki. Realisation: MANN József
Glass: RÓTH Miksa
News (Filmhíradó, 1896): The first Hungarian moving pictures about Millenial Celebration made by Zsigmond Sziklai who were also a renowned architect
The Sziklai brothers, Arnold and Zsigmond are the first figures of the Hungarian moving pictures industry.

They received the first photography licence for moving pictures in 1896.
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