Atelier 111 architekti realized a timber holiday house on the edge of a pond in Vysočina. Surrounded by picturesque scenery, the modest one-bedroom dwelling is aptly called ‘cottage near a pond’ and it’s inspired by traditional fishermen’s cabins.
Atelier Štěpán has topped the circular Church of Beatified Restituta in Brno with a panoramic rainbow window that illuminates its concrete interior with colorful hues.
Chybík+Krištof has completed the ‘Lahofer winery’ in the Czech Republic, with an undulating roof that merges the building into the ground. Nestled in the Moravian countryside, the project combines a visitor center, a tasting room, and production facilities that harmoniously coexist with the surrounding vines.
Qarta Architektura introduces the new VŠPJ lecture hall as a work of dynamic contemporary and industrial architecture expressed with a minimalist language.
Architecture firm CHYBIK + KRISTOF has revealed plans to build a contemporary reinterpretation of the greenhouse where scientist Gregor Mendel conducted his pioneering experiments.
Nestled among the rolling landscape of Czech Republic’s Beskydy Mountains, a contemporary timber weekend house by Pavel Míček architects recalls traditional cabin geometries.
Prague-based architectural studio OV-A has completed the new headquarters of glassmaking company Lasvit. Located on Palackého square in the northern czech town of Nový Bor, the project seeks to regenerate the region’s glassblowing traditions, while restoring some of the town’s historic buildings.
CHYBIK + KRISTOF has completed the house of wine, a wine bar and tasting room set within a converted 19th-century brewery and its adjacent technical space, added to the structure in the 1970s. Located in Znojmo, the project overlooks an 11th century chapel and neighboring gothic church, reflecting the town’s many architectural layers and histories.
A collaboration between AOC architects and Klokner Institute at CTU in Prague sees the fabrication of the ultra-lightweight concrete ‘bridge over the Dřetovice stream.’ The project is situated across a walking trail leading to a cemetery outside the czech village of Vrapice.
Tasked with designing a country house in Božice, a village in South Moravia, architecture and design studio ORA decided to highlight the project’s connection to the historical and settlement context.