The “Sixty-one” is 95% wooden, a wooden modular family house. Its bearing structure is from glued wood and has exact joints made according to a Swiss patent.
The architectural studio Atelier Štěpán was founded in the year 1997. Since the beginning it‘s been dealing with architecture, public space and design. Over time of its existence the studio has become a company making high quality Czech architecture. Atelier Štěpán has been awarded few leading Czech architectural prizes, that show the quality of projects and realizations. The core of the Atelier is accompanied by a stable group of colleagues and specialists in both construction and artistic professions. The Atelier offers conceptual and complex proposals for architectural and urbanistic tasks, never forgetting about details.
Church of St. Wenceslas in Sazovice is a modern rotunda and contemporary architecture built on conservative principles from Moravian architectural office Atelier Štěpán. The idea of building a church in Sazovice dates from the interwar period.