Bourat se nemusí!
Not to demolish!
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Nádraží v Havířově bylo postaveno v letech 1964-1969 podle návrhu akademického architekta Josefa Hrejsemnou. Architekt při jeho výzdobě spolupracoval s brutalistním sochařem Václavem Urubou, který je autorem betonové skulptury „Směrník“ před budovou. Spolu s nádražím v Ostravě-Vítkovicích a hlavním nádražím v Ostravě se jedná o unikátní budovu bruselského stylu vycházející ze světové výstavy „Expo 1958“ v Bruselu.The railway station in Havirov was built in 1964-1969, designed by academic architect Josef Hrejsemnou. In terms of decoration, the architect cooperated with Vaclav Uruba, a brutalist sculptor who is the author of the concrete sculptures in front. Along with the railway station in Ostrava-Vitkovice and the main station in Ostrava, we can speak about a unique building of Brussels style, which is based on the Brussels World Expo 1958. The theme of the transport terminal in Havirov has been mentioned several times over the decades. The first time was before the construction of a new terminal building in the 1960s, when the establishment of a train-tram connecting Havirov with Ostrava was envisaged. More attention to the station was paid in the 1990s with the architectural and urban design competition to establish a transport terminal concentrating bus and train services in one place. The mismatch between CSD and CSAD fell into oblivion. All variants still respected that the building was built by architect Josef Hrejsemnou. So far in the terminal building, there was no reconstruction and according to the current state maintenance is performed by a systematic routine. Visual perception has become a major criterion for the evaluation of the technical condition and the owner of Czech Railways (Ceske drahy, a.s.) decided to demolish the existing large building and replace it with a smaller more energy efficient object.