The Jihlava Architecture Manual (JAM) is a professional project aiming to popularise, map, and promote the architecture and urban concept of Jihlava, particularly from the middle of the 19th century to the present. The idea of the JAM project is linked to partner architecture projects in Brno and other Czech cities (Hradec Králové, Zlín, Plzeň, Litomyšl, Jičín). From the spring of 2024, JAM will be based in the attic studio of the historic town house at Masarykovo Square 21 in Jihlava, where a research room with a library will be available to the public and accompanying programmes will be held for schools and the general public. JAM is implemented via Brána Jihlavy from funds provided by the 2014–2021 EEA programme and the statutory city of Jihlava. More about the JAM project.