The monochrome hexagon tile combines the entrance hall with a bathroom with a single carpet and emphasizes the length of the apartment. The laundry room is located in the entrance area of the bathroom, behind the facades of the built-in closets.
The renovation and extension of this terrace house have transformed it from a dark, cold home, into a well-lit, warm, naturally ventilated and energy efficient house, with an excellent connection to the garden and views to the city and rooftops of North Carlton.
We designed the overall space to be extremely interactive where people can see into all of the spaces from any of the locations. We wanted the spaces to be unique and different but at the same time complementary and cohesive.
The program for this 1840’s Greenwich Village townhouse redefined it as a spatially interconnected contemporary residence for a young family.
The SPOJOVNA brewery is located on the border of three Prague districts – Chodov, Kunratice and Šeberov. This area is unique for its composition of residents.
The furniture project for the new building of the National Audiovisual Institute occurred as a result of research amongst users of the space.