NoD Café in Prague by Collaborative Collective

NoD Café in Prague by Collaborative Collective

Architects: Collaborative Collective / Martin Gaberle, Marek Fischer
Project: NoD café
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Area: 121 m2
Year: 2017
Photographs: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice

Description by architect: The café is the core of NoD experimental culture space. Our goal was to refurbish the interior to attract daytime coffee shop visitors.

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Our proposal is amplifying an early 20th century atmosphere whilst keeping the NoD signature; the pompous central bar under the floating Jiri David’s Golden bones sculpture and the elevated seating area. The original ornate molding is being continued with a new one which we cascade all around the hall. The smoked oak parquet, the white mosaic at the bar, and the traditional coffee shop chairs, accompanied by the brass elements, refers to the era of the foundation of the house.

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