Buildings in Fabric

Necunoscut

The historic buildings in Fabric, apart from stoically holding their ground as time goes by, bring history into sight and silently tell stories. This is the place they are presented, from their beginnings up until now.


sq. Romanilor, no. 8
Casa Zala (Friedmann)

According to old images, the building had already been erected when the ‘Millenium’ Roman-Catholic church was being built (1896-1900) in Coronini Square (today Romanilor Square)...

str. Ștefan Cel Mare, no. 3
Tenement House

There are few details known about the tenement home on 3 Ştefan cel Mare Street. However, according to rare historic photographs, it is assumed that the building existed in the ...

str. Dacilor, no. 10
Kovács House

3At the end of the 20th century, on the premises of the current Kovács House, there was another building, in which the third pharmacy in Fabric was founded. The opening of ‘La ...

str. Ștefan Cel Mare, no. 20
Former "At the Black Bear" Brewery

Today a bias point of a private company, the building used to host one of the most popular and appreciated establishments in the Fabric neighbourhood: 'La Ursul Negru' (Black Be...

sq. Traian, no. 2
The Mercur Palace

The Mercur House was constructed between 1908-1909, in Secession style, replacing a more modest house. The silent partner, Adalbert (Béla) Fiatska, was the president of the ‘Hu...

str. Anton Pann, no. 1
Duschnitz House

The building existed before 1890, but without the semicircular gable on roof level, which marks the corner of Anton Pann street and Traian Square. Constructed in eclectic style...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 4
Ferencz Pruschinovsky House

In the second half of the 19th century, on this area there was only a park (the so called Vorpark), owned by the city after it had been given away by the army, under the conditi...

str. Ion Mihalache, no. 1
The Serbian Community House

In the 19th century, on the allotment there was the Serbian foundation house, erected by Nikola Ilija Papa and Jovan Preda. In 1894, the building licence is issued for the curr...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 27
The former "Queen of England" café

Although the building’s current state does not suggest this, here used to be one of the most appreciated establishments in Fabric: ‘Regina Angliei’ (‘Queen of England’) café (in...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 19
Palatul Lőwy Mór

Lőwy Mór House, built in historicist/eclectic style, is, in terms of volume, the most imposing building on 3 August 1919 Boulevard. An interesting detail of the building is tha...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 7
J. Heymann House

The J. Heymann House and Anheuer House got their construction permit and were finalized in the same time, but they presented completely opposite plastic expressions. The Anheue...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 3
Karl Kunz House

Fabric was the neighbourhood in Timişoara where the Kunz family members erected the most buildings, both for themselves, and for their clients. The house on number 3, 3 August ...

blvd. 3 August 1919, no. 9
Steiner House

Max (Miksa) Steiner developed the Max Steiner Spodium Factory, situated on Buziaşului Road in Fabric, which produced spodium, bone flour and animal coal. Thanks to the factory, ...