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BRANCH OFFICE OF THE COMPANY M&V in Brno, Czech Republic by Rudolf Müller

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Article source: Rudolf Müller

Converting the building of a former garage, body shop and paint shop into a branch office of a company selling hardware and metal machining toolware falls within the projects that you simply need if you still desire to make endless search for the relationship between architecture and its surroundings, to historical and future development, and to detail. Or, the desire to search and to deliver as well, to put it more precisely. The aim is not to be bound by previously taken decisions, on the contrary, following critical discussions with experts, to select the seemingly best solution and to feel the client’s support. Subsequently, the whole process results in the absence of extremes, i.e. unilateral and pointless architectural exhibition and a unified and universal solution with stubborn efforts to reduce the budget at any cost.

Image Courtesy © KIVA

Image Courtesy © KIVA

  • Architects: Rudolf Müller
  • Location: Hněvkovského 81c, Brno, Czech Republic
  • Photography: KIVA
  • Software used: Autocad, Grasshopper, Rhinoceros
  • Client: M&V, spol. s r.o.
  • Building surface: 987 m², plus 343 m²carpark
  • Building site: 2.022 m²
  • Completion date: march 2014
  • Cooperation: Petr Kadaňka
  • Advisors: Zbyněk Holešovský- LDH, Miloslava Henešová, František Jihlavec – Profilux, Jan Klodner – BALANCE, Stanislav Král, Jaroslav Macíček, Jaroslav Mach, Vendula Markevičová, Ondřej Navrátil, Stanislav Peša, Petr Pokorný, TomášSedláček, Markéta Sedláková, Ondřej Tichý, Eva Wagnerová
  • Constructors: Main structure – KALÁB – stavebnífirma, spol. s r.o., Interior – U1 S.R.O.


SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE Habrovice in Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic by 3+1 architekti

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Article source: 3+1 architekti

Agricultural village spread around a municipal road. Original strong and confident establishment as well as neighboring generous farm houses are gone. Nearby natural swimming pool (widely used not long time ago) has been devastated (also due to lack of interest of local authorities). That is an unsettling image of the contemporary outside. Uncertainty, treading water… Now what?

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička

  • Architects: 3+1 architekti
  • Project: SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE Habrovice
  • Location: Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Pavel Plánička
  • Software used: Allplan, Nemetschek
  • Plot size: 1502 m2
  • Floor area: 196 m2
  • Enclosure: 700 m3
  • Realised: 2014


Family house Košťálov in Litoměřice, Czech Republic by 3+1 architekti

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Article source: 3+1 architekti

Previously independent Košťálov is now part of village Jenčice. It lies at the southeastern foot of the basalt hill Košťál. Houses of the village rise along the municipal road more than a mile northwest towards the castle ruins Košťálov on top of the hill (about 500m).

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička

  • Architects: 3+1 architekti
  • Project: Family house Košťálov
  • Location: Litoměřice, Czech
  • Photography: Pavel Plánička
  • Plot size: 3202 m2
  • Floor area: house 155 m2, agricultural part 34 m2
  • Enclosure: house 650 m3, agricultural part 105 m2
  • Software used: Nemetschek


Reconstruction of the Square in Frydlan, Czech Republic by balda—architekt & atakarchitekti

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Article source: balda—architekt & atakarchitekti

The main idea behind the design of the reconstructed square in Frýdlant was to create an open, unobstructed public space – a square that allows residents and visitors to enjoy all types of activities.

The use of three types of paving tiles, two types of stone and the patterns in which these were laid differentiates various types of spaces on the square. With the exception of the parking lot, the square was realised as a barrier-free space.

Image Courtesy ©   Aleš Jungmann, Jiří Jiroutek

Image Courtesy © Aleš Jungmann, Jiří Jiroutek

  • Architects: balda—architektatakarchitekti
  • Project: Reconstruction of the Square
  • Location: Frydlan, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Aleš Jungmann, Jiří Jiroutek
  • Area: 4000m2
  • Completion year: 2011
  • Realisation: 2009-2011
  • Project: 2004
  • Architectural competition: 2002
  • 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
  • Stone Elements: Ligranit a.s.
  • Brass Panels: Ještědský bronz s.r.o.
  • Small Scale Architecture: Atyp truhlářství, Zámečnictví Pospíšil
  • Lighting: Etna s.r.o. (iGuzzini)


CHAMELEON HOUSE in Czech Republic, Europe by Petr Hajek Architekti

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Article source: Petr Hajek Architekti 

The house is located in the centre of a garden. Each single room is oriented to one of the  trees. The living room faces the apple tree, the master bedroom, the cherry tree, the bathroom faces the peach tree, the guest room, the silver spruce and the children’s room,  the walnut.  Each room has its unique view and atmosphere.  The building is resting like a lizard in a sun-lit meadow. The inspiration for the proposal of this house is in fact a chameleon. Eyes (windows) unrestrictedly observe the surroundings. The skin (facade), consisting of a semi-gloss coat, partly reflects the colours of the garden and the sky.

Image Courtesy © Benedikt Markel

Image Courtesy © Benedikt Markel

  • Architects: Petr Hajek Architekti
  • Location: Prague – Lipence, Czech Republic, Europe
  • Photography: Benedikt Markel, Pavel Pszczolka, Radka Jankova
  • Main architect: Petr Hájek
  • Design participation: Cornelia Klien, Ondrej Lipensky, Martin Stoss
  • Client: private
  • Function: family house
  • Site area: 1627 ㎡
  • Building area: 157  ㎡
  • Total Floor Area: 137 ㎡
  • Stories: 1
  • Structure (materials): concrete, plywood, glas, polyurethane foam + finish
  • Study: 2011
  • Realization: 2013-2014


KCEV Krkonose Mountains Centre for Environmental Education in Vrchlabí, Czech Republic by Petr Hájek Architekti

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Article source: Petr Hájek Architekti

The building is situated into a city park in front of the administration building of KRNAP (Krkonoše Mts. National Park). The building geometry is derived from the geometry of Krkonoše Mountains. Every edge or slope on the building could be found in its real, natural topography. In between of the metal vectors, which represent the mountain ridges, there is growing sedum. The new building is set apart from the existing one to create an entrance platform.

Image Courtesy ©  Benedikt Markel

Image Courtesy © Benedikt Markel

  • Architects: Petr Hájek Architekti
  • Project: KCEV Krkonose Mountains Centre for Environmental Education
  • Location: Vrchlabí, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Benedikt Markel
  • DESIGN: 2009
  • IMPLEMENTATION: 2011 – 2014
  • CLIENT: Krkonoše Mountains National Park Administration
  • MAIN ARCHITECT: Petr Hájek
  • PARTICIPATION ON THE CONCEPT: Helena Línová, Michal Volf
  • DESIGN PARTICIPATION: Cornelia Klien, Andrea Kubná, Ondřej Lipenský, Helena, Línová, Martin Prokš, Martin Stoss, Michal Volf, Jan Kolář
  • GRAPHIC DESIGNER: Kristina Ambrozová
  • GEOMETRY OF THE SHELL: Jaroslav Hulín
  • PORTABLE FURNITURE: Cornelia Klien, Martin Stoss


RD Revnice in Czech Republic by atelierSAD

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Article source: atelierSAD

It is a ground floor object based on rectangular plan.The most visible element of the house is the roof formed by ruled surfaces. Longitudinal edges of the roof are bended curves, which determine the shape. The one in the north facade sag upwards in one third of its length. Curve in southern facade sag down in the middle.

Image Courtesy © atelierSAD

Image Courtesy © atelierSAD

  • Architects: atelierSAD (MgA. Adam Jirkal, MgA. Jerry Koza)
  • Project: RD Revnice
  • Location: Czech Republic
  • Cooperation: Ing. Tomáš Kalhous
  • Built area:164m2
  • Floor area: 108,8m2
  • Project: 2009
  • Build: 2010
  • Construction company: Stavman Ltd., atelierSAD Ltd.


New Cemex Headquarters in Czech Republic by atelier Povetron

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Article source: atelier Povetron


The main task was to design the interior office space for the company CEMEX, which is engaged inmanufacturing of concrete mixtures, cement and aggregates. The new offices will be located in the administrative center of City West in Prague Stodulky. Our goal was to fit 50 working places, arrange them into open-space office, 7 closed offices for team-leaders and a director, one large meeting room for 20 people and another 4 small meeting rooms with total capacity of 30 seats. In the office should also be a relaxation zone with a small gym and a kitchenette.

Image Courtesy © atelier Povetron

Image Courtesy © atelier Povetron

  • Architects: atelier Povetron
  • Project: New Cemex Headquarters in Czech Republic
  • Location: City West, Siemensova 2716/2, 155 00 Praha Stodulky
  • Cooperation: Jana Fischerova, Jana Simankova, Pavel Zezula, Marek Sinagl
  • Client: CEMEX Czech Republic, s.r.o.
  • Floor area: 681 m2
  • Project: 06 / 2012
  • Execution: 9 / 2012 – 12 / 2012



Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Article source: MODULORA

Looking for an interesting property with a unique story to settle down, a German investor has collaborated with the architect to discover a countryside estate, in former German township Oselin. The property had remained uninhabited since WWII – for over 70 years. Time has stopped here.

Image Courtesy © Martin Kocich

  • Architects: MODULORA (Dušan Řezáč)
  • Project: WEEKEND HOUSE
  • Location: OŠELÍN, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Martin Kocich and Martin Zeman
  • Area: 220 sqm
  • Year: 2013

Villa in Děčín, Czech Republic by Studio pha

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Article source: Studio pha

The initial task was mainly to find the right location for a home (villa) on a large area, with its orientation providing views of the countryside and city. The house is situated on the edge of a natural divide in the landscape so that each floor is consistent with the land. The stone base supports each exaggerated conglomeration of rooms, which are partly cantilevered over the terrace and divided into parts for children and parents.

Image Courtesy © Tomáš Dittrich

  • Architects: Studio pha
  • Project: Villa
  • Location: Děčín, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Tomáš Dittrich
  • Realization: 2013
  • Area: 750 m2
  • Author:  Jan Šesták, Marek Deyl, Filip Tomášek
  • Cooperation: Ivana Šustrová – completion and interior implementation
  • Statics: Hana Gattermayerová
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