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Lying on a pleasant wine cellar lane, SENAA architekti designed a weekend house that uses every bit of its steep sloping plot. Conceptually divided into several layouts and structural parts, the house has a traditional morphology and combines modern details with historical technologies.
Project name
Weekend House in Bukovany
Architecture firm
SENAA architekti
Location
Bukovany, Czech Republic
Photography
Alex Shoots Buildings
Breathing new life into an old building. From our first meeting with the owners, it was clear what conditions their future home should meet: “It should be fresh but also unpretentious.”
Project name
Reconstruction of mill, Central Bohemia
Architecture firm
Stempel & Tesar architekti
Location
Central Bohemia
Photography
Filip Šlapal, Václav Šedý
A radical remodel of a 1990s attic apartment in Prague Libeň. We are in the attic of a 1930s townhouse in Prague Libeň. An apartment was built here in the 1990s. But there were too many rooms, more than the client needed, anyway. The joy of open attic space was lost in the clutter. Our task was to find it again.
Project name
Attic Apartment with a Black Box
Architecture firm
Komon architekti
Location
Prague 8 – Libeň, Czech Republic
Photography
Tomáš Slavík, www.tomasslavik.cz
The inhabitants of a small wood cottage located in the greenery above Vranov Dam may feel like in the cabin of a ship. The interior is practically arranged - basically nothing is missing here. Large windows provide beautiful views of the dam.
Project name
Cottage Inspired by a Ship Cabin
Architecture firm
Prodesi/Domesi
Location
Vranov nad Dyjí, Czech Republic
Photography
BoysPlayNice
The main idea is to blur the boundaries of the apartment and emotionally draw the city into its interior. The space of the apartment is not limited within the physical layout, the city surrounding the building becomes part of it and the added facade glazing only maintains the comfort of the indoor climate, connecting the city into an extended perip...
Project name
Penthouse in Prague
Architecture firm
petrjanda/brainwork
Location
Prague, Czech Republic
Photography
BoysPlayNice
The Czech architecture studio Ateliér Lina Bellovičová designed an ecological house in the woods, built from hempcrete and covered by a green roof. House LO is defined by three elements: a thin wooden sheet covering two perforated stones that enclose the living space of the house.
Project name
House LO
Architecture firm
Ateliér Lina Bellovičová
Location
Chřiby, Czech Republic
Photography
BoysPlayNice, www.boysplaynice.com
The Czech architecture firm Kuba & Pilař architekti has recently completed a family house on the waterfront with a green roof, located in Znojmo Town, Czech Republic. The plot is situated in a gap between family houses that form the banks of the Dyje River. Steep terrain of the plot has the original terrace landscaping with stonewalls.
Architecture firm
Kuba & Pilař architekti
Location
Znojmo, Czech Republic
Photography
BoysPlayNice, www.boysplaynice.com