Pilsen Architecture Manual (PAM) is an expert/popularisation project that maps the architecture of the period of 1914–1950 in Pilsen. The project’s authors’ primary subject of interest is buildings of early Modernism including their historicist, classicist and cubist nuances, objects following the national style, decorativism and purism as well as various attitudes to functionalism. An exception to the thus laid-out period can be found in two modern interior realisations with which Adolf Loos entered the space of Pilsen in the years 1907–1910, and buildings documenting a gradual change in architecture endorsing traditional morphology in modernist architecture.