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Family House Vaňov in Czech Republic by 3+1 architekti

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

Article source: 3+1 architekti

House is difficult to access, located on a steep basalt slope above the village. Garden is facing northeast. On the other hand there is a positive side to it –  an exceptionally beautiful view on the river. Builder feels a very strong connection to this place, as there used to be a small weekend cottage built by his grandparents.

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička

  • Architects: 3+1 architekti (Plánička, Páral, Panenka)
  • Project: Family House Vaňov
  • Location: Vaňov, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Pavel Plánička
  • Project: 2009
  • Realization: 2012
  • Floor area: 80,5 m2 house + 49 m2 terrace
  • Enclosure: 460 m3
  • Software used: Allplan Nemetschek

Family House Libochovany – extension in Czech Republic by 3+1 architekti

Sunday, May 5th, 2013

Article source: 3+1 architekti

We are asking how to adapt a hundred years old  and only little maintained house to everyday needs of a modern family (small floor space, technology and materials not functional anymore, lacking sanitary facilities …). At the same time we do not want to break or violate soft, sensitive links and layerings created here over the time, as these generate a strong character of this place – magical (and familiar) atmosphere.

Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička 

  • Architects: 3+1 architekti
  • Project: Family House Libochovany – extension
  • Location: Libochovany, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Pavel Plánička
  • Project: 2010
  • Realization: 2012
  • Land area: 59 m2
  • Total floor area:
    existing house: 105 m2
    extension: 33 m2
  • Developer: private person (Family, 3 members yet)

Hunting Lodge in Lednice na Moravě, Czech Republic by Basarch

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Article source: Basarch

Existing green mound, protecting the open fields of the game preserve from the bustle of the road became a refuge for hunting lodge – a lookout, which replaced original technically unsuitable structure. Above all, the lodge provides necessary facilities for the game preserve, as well as becomes a place of encounters, whether with friends or of romantic views of the surrounding countryside.

overall view: Image Courtesy © Pavel Bainar

  • Architects: Basarch
  • Project: Hunting Lodge
  • Location: Lednice na Moravě, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Lukáš Pelech
  • building area: 230 m2
  • project architect: Hana Bainarová, Basarch
  • main concractor: F K B Břeclav
  • materials: reinforced concrete, stone gabions, timber
  • conctruction year: 2010
  • Software used: AllPlan


City Green Court in Prague, Czech Republic by Richard Meier & Partners

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Article source: Richard Meier & Partners

City Green Court is the third of a cluster of buildings designed by Richard Meier & Partners and it completes the corner of the Radio Plaza superblock located in the Pankrac area of Prague. The building is conceived of as a geometric volume in dialogue with the near context while offering respected contrast to the surrounding buildings. Smaller in scale than its predecessor and sibling, City Tower, it is equally inspired by the language of Czech Cubism, with a façade that while addressing issues of conservation and sustainability incorporates forms reminiscent of this avant-garde movement. The quote below, in essence, sums up the philosophy and concepts behind City Green Court.

Image Courtesy Richard Meier & Partners 

  • Architects: Richard Meier & Partners
  • Project: City Green Court in Prague
  • Location: Pankrac, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Design Principals: Richard Meier, Dukho Yeon
  • Project Architect: Guillermo Murcia
  • Collaborators: Robert Kim, Marianna Mello, Yoshiki Waterhouse,  Joseph Watson

Family House in Černošice, Czech Republic by Studio pha

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Article source: Studio pha

The house is divided into two masses. Mass of single-floor (Ground floor) is a “plate” free umbrella residential space that is open to surroundings. This living area has a strong “Back” hosted service block together with a garage. Mass of two floors with a distinctive roof rack is contrary to the self-contained house (wood house) with bedrooms, bathrooms and relevant rooms, connected to the living area by short corridor. Modification of the land among them creates smooth connection between the interior and exterior.

Image Courtesy © Filip Šlapal 

  • Architects: Studio pha
  • Project: Family House in Černošice
  • Location: Černošice, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Filip Šlapal
  • Realization: 2011 
  • Area: 136 m2 
  • Author: Jan Šesták, Marek Deyl 
  • Cooperation: Filip Tomášek 
  • Statics: Ing. Hana Gattermayerová

Villa Řitka in Czech Republic by Studio pha

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Article source: Studio pha

The basic idea is a kind of enclosure of the building in and on itself, and the use of the sloping ground to divide the building into a two-storey main residential part on the upper part of the land and a lower building containing the garages and entrance hall further down the slope. The result is essentially a two-storey house with a flat roof, positioned atop the concrete “retaining wall” of the lower structure. The house’s plan is of “U”-shape, or equally it could be described as a rectangle with an interior atrium open on one side to the surrounding landscape. Inside the atrium is a small pool, which ensures for this space pleasant cooling, reinforced by the system of louvered blinds against the sun.

Image Courtesy Filip Šlapal

  • Architects: Studio pha
  • Project: Villa Řitka
  • Location: Řitka, Czech Republic
  • Realization: 2011
  • Area: 490 m2
  • Author: Jan Šesták, Marek Deyl
  • Cooperation: Filip Tomášek , Gabriela Fišarová, Eva Bukovská, Tomáš Trojan
  • Statics: Hana Gattermayerová
  • Photo: Filip Šlapal
  • Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop

Image Courtesy Filip Šlapal


Apartment building Erwin in Prague, Czech Republic by QARTA Architektura

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Article source: QARTA Architektura

House Erwin, which filled an empty corner site, is reviving the corner and makes it more attractive. The House accepts the height of surrounding buildings and highlights the corner by shaping it’s volume. The facade is divided into horizontal strips filled with window openings and façade cladding panels.

Image Courtesy © Pavel Vítek

  • Architects: QARTA Architektura
  • Project: Apartment building Erwin
  • Location: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Pavel Vítek
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Project Area: 5 265 sqm
  • Site Area: 1 330 sqm

Villa Charles in Prague, Czech Republic by QARTA Architektura

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Article source: QARTA Architektura

The site is located in Prague 6 Bubeneč, on the street of Charles De Gaulle. The definition of open spaces – distances from surrounding homes is designed, so that these spaces were equally placed and thus preserve as adequate privacy for residents of existing homes and for future residents of the proposed new building.

Image Courtesy Marek Novotný

  • Architects: QARTA Architektura
  • Project: Villa Charles
  • Location: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Architects: QARTA architektura, David Wittassek, Jiří Řezák, Jan Havel, Jakub Wyderka
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Marek Novotný
  • Project Area: 2 157 sqm
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Cinema Bar Aero in Prague, Czech Republic by A1 Architects

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Article source: A1 Architects

Kino Aero, the cinema and bar is one of the oldest movie clubs in Prague. Simple modernist building is originally part of an apartment block from the 30´s and especially after the Velvet revolution it became famous for its unique nonconform atmosphere within Prague´s culture space.

Cinema bar aero

  • Architects: A1 Architects
  • Project: Cinema Bar Aero
  • Location: Prague – Žižkov, Biskupcova street 31, Czech Republic
  • Client: Kino Aero, Prague 3
  • Authors: lenka křemenová and david maštálka
  • Cooperation: Silviě Luběnová – Maestrokatastrof – lighting
  • Graphics: Marta Maštálková
  • Study: Decembre 2010
  • Completion: December 2011
  • Project specialists: APS projekt s.r.o.
  • Builder: ARCUS Růžička s.r.o.
  • Crafts: Dodavatelské služby s.r.o.


Black Teahouse in Česká Lípa, Czech Republic by A1 Architects

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Article source: A1 Architects

On the southern edge of garden The Black Teahouse reflects itself in water level of small dark lake. Large and exceptionally cultivated garden becomes natural part of nearby pine forest and its southern edge defined by S-shaped lake with grassy banks makes beautiful surroundings of the family house. And the Teahouse is just part of this carefully designed scenery. There is also fabulous view of the lake, which could be admired by the host and guests from the teahouse. It is a small place to gather, it is a place for a cup of tea.

Black Teahouse

  • Architects: A1 Architects
  • Project: Black Teahouse
  • Location: Česká Lípa, Czech Republic
  • Client: private person
  • Authors: lenka křemenová and david maštálka
  • Cooperation: vojtěch bilišič
  • Study: November 2010
  • Completion: may 2011
  • Builder: Vojtěch Bilišiš


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