Immerse yourself in the world of Family House Hlubočepy, a contemporary concrete two-story house nestled between the urban and natural landscapes of Hlubočepy, Czech Republic.
Designed by RO_AR Szymon Rozwalka Architects in 2021, this unique home effortlessly merges with its surroundings, drawing inspiration from the nearby Hlubočepské Rocks and Dalejský Brook. Experience a seamless blend of natural and urban design elements, as well as innovative solutions for illumination, space, and budget challenges.
Discover Tusarova Apartment, a modern yet industrial-inspired gem designed by Plus One Architects in the heart of Prague, Czech Republic.
Nestled in a 1970s brutalist apartment building, this stylish space features exposed concrete columns, custom-made furniture, and an open, airy atmosphere. Experience the perfect blend of earthy tones and contemporary design as you explore this stunning apartment transformation.
Sixty-Nine is a contemporary maisonette apartment in Žižkov, Prague, Czech Republic. Designed by No Architects, this project was inspired by two paintings, incorporated into the design and given a respectful living space.
From obvious connections to the discrete ones, such as the color of the wall coating behind the bookshelves, the project blends contemporary art with practical solutions to create a simple and comfortable living space for a family.
Under the Top, a posh residence located in Prague, Czech Republic, underwent a complete renovation with a modernist design style by No Architects this year.
This historicizing style villa was originally built over a century ago and was in need of an upgrade to keep up with the times. The renovation included a complete technical modernisation, a change of layout, and the incorporation of the clients’ individual life experiences and inspirations. The interior now features a direct connection between the kitchen and the garden, two additional rooms and a bathroom, as well as air-water heat pump for hot water and heating, as well as underfloor heating for thermal stability and comfort.
Welcome Home is a modernist apartment located in Prague, Czech Republic, designed by No Architects in 2022.
This project is the perfect example of a bright and modern dwelling where one can cook, eat, work, play, watch TV, read, create and sleep. The apartment was overhauled to create a practical area for family living with large sliding doors, furniture designed to suit the occupants, and a well-coordinated technical infrastructure.
With views of Prague and large terraces, Welcome Home is the perfect place to call home.
Letná Apartment in Prague, Czech Republic is a multi-room apartment that was designed by Markéta Bromová Architekti in 2022, with industrial design style to create one big open space.
The apartment features a terrazzo floor, a green scalloped box to separate the private and residential parts, two built-in wardrobes, a brass-paneled kitchen island with a concrete countertop, a library, and a toilet for visitors.
Discover House Inside a Ruin in Jevíčko, Czech republic – a house that was once looted and rebuilt into a granary under the communist regime. Designed by ORA in 2020, this remarkable project is a manifesto of how to respect old houses without demolishing or reconstructing them dogmatically.
The house combines the low and high, intertwining the new with the old and respecting the character of the ruin. The garden is a natural part of the landscape, offering tranquillity and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Enjoy modern living with the conveniences of a tiled stove and a kitchen, plus individual rooms with bathrooms.
Welcome to House that Opens up to the Sun, a beautiful passive house located in Malé Kyšice, Czech Republic. Designed by Stempel & Tesar Architekti in 2022, this building is a perfect example of sustainable architecture, as it uses renewable materials to keep the energy consumption to a minimum.
This house combines a contemporary design style with elements of traditional architecture, with exposed concrete blocks and wooden elements in both interior and exterior. Its location near the Křivoklát woods allows the building to open up to the sun and draw in its energy, reducing heating costs in the winter months. The building also knows how to keep from overheating, thanks to its overhanging roof and horizontal shading. In addition, a small pond optimizes the use of rainwater for the garden, and an insulated sandwich wall aids in the natural accumulation of warmth. With its sustainable approach to both water and air, this house provides a truly unique living experience.