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Havran Café Steak Bar in Litomyšl, Czech Republic by Zavoral Architekt

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Article source: Zavoral Architekt

HAVRAN café-steak-bar is located in the renaissance house in Litomyšl. Design represents contemporary saloon in the old town house. Black curved light leads us through the narrow corridor to the saloon in upper level. One thirth of place takes steel and wooden bar in dark tone, seating area is in natural wooden colour. The main wall with crossed raven´s feathers painting is inspired by old wall textures. Golden painting changes its visibility according to the ligh and view angle. For the toiletts we had designed sink with triangular crossed section. All work made brilliant local craftmen and especially smith.

Image Courtesy © Adam Kössler and Jakub Janoušek

  • Architects: Zavoral Architekt
  • Project: Havran Café Steak Bar
  • Location: Litomyšl, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Adam Kössler and  Jakub Janoušek 
  • Client: Jakub Havran
  • Completion: 2015


Copper bar in Litomysl, Czech Republic by Zavoral architekt

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

Article source: Zavoral architekt 

Copper bar is located in the historicist house with arcade on Smetana Square in the town centre of Litomysl.

We intended to create a new strong interior characterter which would suit to the historical centre and which would replace previous fading bar. Clients asked for intimate bar where you can enjoy conversation over a glass and feel comfortable.

Image Courtesy © BoysPlayNice

Image Courtesy © BoysPlayNice

  • Architects: Zavoral architekt
  • Project: Copper bar
  • Location: Smetanovo namesti 136, Litomysl, Czech Republic
  • Photography: BoysPlayNice
  • Budget: 450 000 CZK / 16 500 EUR
  • Area: 68 sqm
  • Realisation: 2016


House of Prayer in Litomyšl, Czech Republic by Fránek Architects and MMcité Design

Sunday, August 21st, 2016

Article source: Fránek Architects and MMcité Design

Construqta – sophisticated beauty of concrete

We enjoy referencing basic construction elements in our designs. Moreover, when you want to design a concrete-made piece of urban furniture, especially if it has to be light, a trussed beam is the right inspiration to opt for. Its maximum strength with minimum materials used spells efficiency. The material used is Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) and it has little to do with traditional concrete. In addition, it is quite expense so achieving aforementioned efficiency was not easy for us. The design’s form is rather restrained engineering-wise and austere but to fine-tune its functional properties took month to accomplish – a lot longer than we originally anticipated. Finally, we can rejoice. The monumental, almost three metres high piece of high-grade concrete shows its grace from afar. When observed closely, its intriguing and sophisticated geometrical lines come into play.

Image Courtesy © Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / Boysplaynice

Image Courtesy © Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / Boysplaynice

  • Architects: Fránek Architects and MMcité Design
  • Project: House of Prayer
  • Location: Litomyšl, Czech Republic
  • Photography: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / Boysplaynice
  • Completion: 2009 – 2010


Indoor swimming pool in Litomyšl, Czech Republic by Architekti D.R.N.H.

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Article source:  Architekti D.R.N.H.

Both the architectural and site designs strictly respect the project purpose and the site green context characterised by the touch of a considerable morphological promontory featuring grown trees, shrubs and grass-covered areas sloping down from the Černá Hora massif to the town. The overall volume of the hall is reduced as much as possible by fragmenting into several structural modules softly modelled into organic curved lines so that the shell of the building is visually linked to the Černá Hora slope. The grass-covered areas smoothly merge into the metal-sheet-covered roof. Different volume modules of the hall meet in a shared rounded top from which they continue sloping down in the form of a shed roof towards the west border of the site. The intervention of the structure is minimised especially from all sides visible from the town. The excavated soil has been reused for terrain modelling and rooftop fills reducing the hall operation and energy costs. The project has been designed on “landscape architecture” principles and meets all the parameters of an energy-saving building.

Image Courtesy Tomáš Malý

  • Architects: Architekti D.R.N.H.
  • Project: Indoor swimming pool
  • Location: Litomyšl, Czech Republic
  • Authors: Architekti DRNH / Antonín Novák, Petr Valenta, Radovan Smejkal, Radek Štefka /
  • Client: Město Litomyšl / City of Litomyšl / (more…)
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