Location: Prague – Letna, Czech Republic Author: Petr Hájek Living area: 151 sqm Built-up area: 129 sqm Enclosed volume: 539 sqm Completion: 2009 Photographs: Ester Havlova The extension comprises two containers wedged into the roof as a contrasting feature but the original shape of the building remains legible. The containers encase dwelling areas and social Read MoreRead More...
Location: Prague, Czech Republic Authors: A1 Architects, MgA. Lenka Křemenová, MgA. David Maštálka Design: 2010 Realization: 2011 Floor area: cca 220 sqm Photographs: A1Architects – MgA. David Maštálka At the beginning of the year 2010 we started designing a grand loft near the center of Prague. An old attic of an appartment building from the Read MoreRead More...
Authors: UNIT architekti / JiranKohout architekti, Date: 2006 – 2012 Location: Pod Lipami, Prague, CZ Site area: 0,9 ha Build-up area: 3 800 m2 Gross floor area: 13 700 m2 Average number of floors: 3,6 Number of dwelling units: 124 FAR: 1,5 Dwelling units / ha: 132 The housing complex Vackov represents project which emerged Read MoreRead More...
Architects: ov-a Head Architects: Jiri Opocensky, Stepan Valouch Structural Engineering : Jan Pohl Location: Tupadly, Czech Republic Completion: 2008 Site area: 1241 sqm Built area: 245 sqm Total floor area: 336 sqm Photographs: Tomas Soucek The 170 years old country house stands in a small village in southern Bohemia. The original house consisted of three Read MoreRead More...
Location: various locations (Czech Republic) Main architect: prof. Martin Rajniš Architecture is undergoing a crisis. Our buildings no longer satisfy people. How is it possible that cars, ships, aircrafts are satisfying, that they appear beautiful and perfect? Simply because cars have to run, ships sail, aircrafts fly. It is design understood in its full depth, Read MoreRead More...
Project designers: Vladimír Balda, Jiří Janďourek Transportation design: Stanislav Koleník Structural engineer: KCE statika a dynamika staveb s.r.o. Electrical work: HESTO, v.o.s. Water and sewerage: Stanislav Vyskočil General contractor: EUROVIA CS, a. s., Liberec branch Architectural competition: 2002 Project: 2004 Realisation: 2009-2011 The main idea behind the design of the reconstructed square in Frýdlant was Read MoreRead More...
Architects: A.LT architekti (Peter Lacko, Filip Tittelbach, Michal Siska) Project year: 2010-2011 Location: Zbecno, Czech republic Photographer: Tomas Rasl The minimal family house was designed on the area of an existing summer house built in the 50’s. It is located in a landscape protected area Krivoklatsko in a small village Zbecno and there is a Read MoreRead More...
Location:Nové Městečko, Czech Republic Completion date: July 2012 Architect: A.LT ARCHITEKTI (Peter Lacko, Filip Tittelbach, Tereza Schneiderová, Markéta Burešová) Structural engineer:Radek Müller Photographer: Tomáš Rasl The houses have been designed to be used for permanent living and as holiday houses for rent. The development consists of 2 units, each containing 2 apartments that offer flexible Read MoreRead More...
Author: ksa_studeny Credits: Ján Studený, Maroš Bátora, Ladislav Bartko Location: Břeclav, CZ Year: project 2008 – 12, realized 2012 Client : private person Size : 240 m2 Program :family house and the exposition of the railway museum The program of this house is rather unconventional comprising a family house and a railway museum for the Read MoreRead More...
Project Location: Celadna, Czech Republic Completion Date: July 2011 Design Company: LABOR13 / martin vomastek, albert prazák, jiri bardodej Area: 1501 sqm Photographer: Tomas Soucek, Martin Vomastek, Ondřej Straka The construction of the Miura Hotel is not only about the building; it is a sophisticated connection of architecture, design, graphic and art. It coexists Read MoreRead More...
Programme: Reconstruction of basements club into club mecca
Contractor: J.Dastych co, Prague
Odd furniture: Mobilier Design ltd, Nitra
Built-in furniture: Staněk co, Písek
Floor area: 124 sq m
Clearance: 3,10 m
Completion date: 2004
Photo: Jiří Skupien
Architects: ARCHTEAM Czech Republic: Milan Rak, Iveta Rakova, Libor Rydlo, Alexandr Skalicky
Client: Suk Family
Building area: 53,4 sq m
Total floor area: 93,6 sq m
Structure: Enclosing walls as well as the roof envelope are made from self-supporting sandwich-type panels.
Photographs: Ester Havlova
Location: Prague Castle – Deer Moat, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Project designer: AP Atelier, Josef Pleskot, Křístek, Trčka a spol. s.r.o., structural engineers
Co-operating team: The project originated from an initiative and care of the Czech Republic President Václav Havel.
In various stages of the project, the following partners participated in its refinement:
Čestmír Dobeš (Křístek, Trčka a spol. s.r.o.): study, project, implementation;
Josef Pleskot (AP Atelier): study, project , implementation;
Jana Kantorová, Jitka Svobodová (AP Atelier): study;
Jiří Trčka (AP Atelier): architectural co-operation, project, implementation;
Jiří Růžička (Metroprojekt Praha, a.s.): project – special structural engineering, implementation;
Zdeněk Rudolf (AP Atelier): project and construction design;
Jaroslav Langer (Křístek, Trčka a spol. s.r.o.): project – structural engineering;
Kurt Gebauer (sculptor): artistic co-operation, realisation of statues
Isabela Grosseová (AP Atelier): artistic co-operation.
Water management – (SÚPR) Josef Chmelka, Michal Chramosta
Electrical installations – Bohumír Flégl
Landscaping – Eva Vízková
Fire protection – Vlastimil Počta
Engineering – R+V, Vladimíra Růžičková, Hana Vávrová
Supplier: Metrostav a.s., Division 5
Study: June – September 1996
Project: July 2001
Implementation: August 2002
Costs: 1 million EUR
Length of the tunnel: 84m
Foto: Jan Malý, Tomáš Souček
Architect: A1ARCHITECTS / David Maštálka (www.a1architects.cz)
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Construction: April and May 2008 (35 days)
Master of construction: Vojtěch Bilišic , scupltor and carpenter (Slovak Republic)
In cooperation with: Lenka Křemenová, Marta Maštálková, Milan Maštálka, Rudolf Maštálka Dome construction: Jan Bašta
Opponency of diploma project: Terunobu Fujimori , University of Tokyo
Interpreting: Petr Holý, Director of Czech Center in Tokyo
Text translation: Namiko Sakamoto Surface area: 3,75 sq m
Construction area: 7 sq m
Photographs: Ester Havlová (www.esterhavlova.cz)