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Mimosa Architects’ design of Open-Air Cinema Prachatice, Czech Republic, transforms into the forms of individual objects, where in place of a film strip, the wheels control the ropes of the roof. The tarp of the roof, a subtle steel construction, and a sheet of corrugated steel
The project brief was to refurbish the interior of one floor of a multi-generational Secession villa in Czech Republic, and to allocate a separate apartment unit due to the need for a greater degree of privacy for a young couple.
Designed by Studio ORA, the Kocanda Kravsko II project deals with the second stage of the conversion of the former ceramics factory in Kravsko, Czech Republic. It is the original utilitarian plaster mould warehouse, which we are transforming into accommodation, and the former sorting plant, which we are converting into a community hall
In the southern part of Malé Kyšice town on the edge of the Křivoklát woods, Czech Republic, there is a residential district originally home to weekend cottages. Stempel & Tesar architekti designed House That Opens Up to the Sun, a passive home
For his house, the client selected a parcel on a gentle incline. Designed by HAMR Huť Architektury Martin Rajniš from the House in the Preserve, there is a broad and long view over a grassy plain towards the forests on the edge of the property in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic
For the construction of Family House Polánka, Atelier CL3 chose a strict, respectful archetype shape that was already in Moravský Krumlov Czech Republic before their intervention. However, the expression of the house takes on radical and strict shapes
Designed by Mjölk architekti The Guard Patrol are four individual lookouts on the top of the mountain Stráž above Rokytnice nad Jizerou inspired by the characters from the town’s coat of arms in Liberec, Czech Republic
The Two Towers is an atrium house in the Czech Republic. boq architekti was faced with the question: how to build a modern house in a small village that will speak the contemporary language and be based on the historical morphology of village houses?
Behind the curtain of the original cabin in Liberecky kraj, Czech Republic, a glittering glass extension has sprung up and the house is ripe for the next act of its play. The Glass Cabin as it is now known was designed by Mjölk architekt
The Lipno Lakeside Cabin building is located in the heart of Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic. This cabin was built on a place where an old wooden cabin used to be. It is designed by Les Archinautes to provide the perfect base for nearby mountain sports in all conditions
Designed by HAMR Huť Architektury Martin Rajniš, the walls of the Krňany Barn in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic, are built in the lumber stack method (beam – sticker – beam). Nothing is nailed together! The beams are laid freely across each other. Nothing is sawed!
Atelier SAD’s glazed reinforced concrete house at Rašovka with a Portuguese cork façade looks down from the Ještěd ridge on the Bohemian Paradise, Czech, and generously opens onto the local meadows and the unique mountain climate
For the Natural Interior project in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic client contacted OBJECTUM during a house purchase. It was preowned building constructed not a long time ago. But the interior was very basic and didn’t suite the client’s family needs