CAMP - Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning is an urban hub that aims to support and drive public debate about the development and planning of the city of Prague. Housed in a modernist building designed by the famous Czech architect Karel Prager, CAMP has been given a makeover by the Prague studio NOT BAD.
Reconstruction and restoration are the keywords of the work by Czech studio ATELIER 38 for a heritage-listed monumental complex: the neogothic castle of Hradec nad Moravicí located in the low mountain range of Nízký Jeseník, in the southern Silesia area.
Czech firm Mimosa architekti has designed Avocado Gang, the first “avocado” restaurant in Prague. The intense colour of the avocado and food made here inspired the venue’s interior design, with the multicoloured dining table standing in the middle underscored by the shades of grey in the rest of the restaurant.
CMC Architects has designed Kolby Wine Bar in Prague. All the wine made at the Kolby vineyards in Moravia can be bought here or enjoyed on the spot paired with some culinary delights. And it’s all on display in a compact area of only 59-square metres inside the Rutonka office complex.
Czech firm mar s architects has designed Výčep, what the designers call an “(un)traditional Czech pub”; a pub in Prague’s Vinohrady district that combines the typical features of the city’s beer houses with a distinctly contemporary language.
The architects from the Czech firm KOGAA have transformed a public space in the city of Brno with Next Gen Park in an educational catalyst that boosts awareness of carbon emissions that are accelerating the climate emergency.
Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture.