Posts Tagged ‘czech republic’

Hello bank! by Cetelem by CAPEXUS, Prague – Czech Republic

February 17th, 2018

It wants to change the traditional concept of bank branches. During the day, it will serve as a client centre, and in the evenings it will host cultural events, exhibitions, workshops and lectures.

Queens Flagship Store by Boris Klimek and Lenka Damová, Prague – Czech Republic

February 9th, 2018

The interior is made by famous Czech designers Lenka Damová and Boris Klimek. They created light, spacey, slightly industrial and highly functional venue where the customers feel good. They worked with premium materials only and added some signature pieces: solitaire clothing stands looking like oversized shopping bags and tables in the form of shoe boxes.

Vegan Life Restaurant by Kryštof Blažek, Prague – Czech Republic

January 17th, 2018

Light colours, wood and a cosy interior – these characteristics lay at the heart of the client’s specifications. The space is broken up further by various types of seating. Long bar tables run along the front windows, and in addition to classic tables for two the space features several atypical group tables designed by studio minio.

Burrito Loco restaurant by Studio Formafatal, Prague – Czech Republic

December 26th, 2017

The essential element is the cactus symbol, which is dominant in the interior and stylized in different forms. Other features include sombreros and garlands. The hanging lights are made of typical Mexican hats.

The Making of a Forest – Exhibition Architecture by Mjölk architekti, Prague – Czech Republic

December 13th, 2017

In January 2017, we began to flirt with a bold idea of presenting the entire project in the form of an exhibition. With the great support of Mjölk architects, Kloboucká Lesní and National Agricultural Museum in Prague, the 700-square-meter exhibition entitled The Making of a Forest was created, showing the general issue of forest management.

Janosik Design Window Showroom by Mjölk, Prague – Czech Republic

November 17th, 2017

Now, the entire showroom looks much cleaner and better-arranged. The light shades of the interior help the windows on display to stand out. Jakub’s wish was to stick to Czech design with the furnishing as well.

Sculptural lighting pendants by Bomma

November 16th, 2017

These lights, launched in 2016, are based on simple geometric shapes, including a circle, a triangle, a rectangle and an oval. The film shows these being produced through the use of wooden moulds. “Phenomena are what you see at first sight, simply transient likenesses of the eternal and thus not truly real,” said Bomma.

JETLAG tea & wine bar by Mimosa architekti, Prague – Czech Republic

September 6th, 2017

Stainless steel was chosen as the basic material. The bright, subtle and only suggested steel curves reflect the imaginary lines delimiting the time zones.

Siemens Office by CAPEXUS, Prague, Czech Republic

August 17th, 2017

The main element of the interior design is OSB construction, which supports not only the suspended ceilings, but also areas for relaxation and informal meetings. Thanks to the OSB plates and the use of subtle shades of color, complemented by corporate blue, CAPEXUS created a bright, cozy and unusual space to work in.

The Štajnhaus Guesthouse Restorarion by ORA, Mikula – Czech Republic

June 28th, 2017

Tracing its origins back to the 16th century, the building, which is registered as a cultural monument, has sustained extensive damage throughout its history as well as numerous reconstructions and alterations that had irrevocably altered its original character.

Dock House by mar.s architects & out of eart.h architecture, Prague – Czech Republic

June 2nd, 2017

The oak furniture wooden elements stand out thanks to monochrome interior, including the gemstone of the restaurant – Dry Ager – where the meat matures.

STRV offices by Studio Perspektiv, Prague – Czech Republic

May 22nd, 2017

Lead architect Martin Stara designed modern offices that combine fun with functional for STRV’s multinational team of web and app developers and designers. The open layout includes two terraces, a large multipurpose event space for hackathons and developer meetups as well as an expansive rooftop bar, jacuzzi and gym.

Theo&Co. boutique store by KOGAA studio, Brno – Czech Republic

May 19th, 2017

The new store features a wooden podium that acts as a connecting element between two existing areas: the selling space and the backstage. The first visible function of the wooden platform is that of a display surface, extending to the wall as one area for displaying the items on sale.

Liko-Noe Innovation Center Office by Fránek Architects, Slavkov u Brna – Czech Republic

May 15th, 2017

The structure is comprised of two main volumes. Above-ground office section is constructed from load-bearing wooden CLT panels, insulated by a vapor-open sprayed ICYNENE insulation and covered by vertical gardens – living facade. Underground section with acoustical chamber is built out of monolithic concrete.

Façade made of chairs by Chybik + Kristof, Brno – Czech Republic

May 2nd, 2017

This distinctive pavilion is a project where a former showroom for cars has been reinterpreted as a showroom and office for a furniture company.

Chicago Grill by Mjölk Architects, Liberec – Czech Republic

April 27th, 2017

The bar itself is made of an old rusty corrugated iron sheet and the wall behind the bar is adorned with basalt bricks and decorated with coloured metal shutters.

Kiwi.com offices by Kaplan Architekti and Horalik Atelier, Brno – Czech Republic

April 17th, 2017

Spaces for creative IT are designed generously, as a semi-open area of separate half-enclosed “boxes” clad with rougher materials. The spatial concept deliberately evokes the slightly untidy working environment of the interwar villa in which the firm was originally based, and with which the company built a strong relationship during its first years of operation.

Bvlgari boutique, Prague – Czech Republic

January 30th, 2017

The boutique showcases Bvlgari timeless collections and has the VIP area, which allows clients to enjoy the rarest pieces in total privacy.

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

November 17th, 2016

Optic by ORA, Moravske Budejovice – Czech Republic

Rebel Wings restaurant / bar by studio minio, Prague – Czech Republic

November 7th, 2016

Neutral colours are used in the interior: black, grey and white combined with the warm tone of natural oak. Black oil finish has been use to optically break up oak tables and benches, creating psychologically separate seating areas.