Šárecký Dvůr Prague 6 residential development in the Czech Republic, housing design by Bogle Architects: the villas’ side walls are covered in matt-finished terracotta panels which reference the historical texture of the old buildings.
Designed by CMCARCHITECTS, The PIANO posits itself on a primary East-West, North-South crossing, just South of the Old Town, where the urbanism transitions into solitaires and groups of objects with similar functions.
Architect Lenka Míková’s aim was to attain a natural feel instead of a perfect formal imitation. Natural and handcrafted materials like wood, stone and soil bring in an innate imperfection that becomes the main aspect of the project.
Richard Meier & Partners is proud to unveil new visuals of their first residential project in the Czech Republic. The new Oaks Prague Villas commissioned by Arendon Development Company are part of a new private residential community intended to become a modern village in the Nebřenice countryside.
The architects tried to assimilate the romantic context of this small village, under the massive cliffs and ruins of a Gothic castle. Andelska Hora (originally in German Engelsburg), belongs to a protected area of the country.
OK PLAN ARCHITECTS designed a house in the small town of Humpolec in the Czech Republic in 2005, the now iconic Rusty House demonstrated the possibilities of working with a relatively small and tight parcel with numerous limitations.