Prague Congress Centre Design Competition

Prague Congress Centre Design Competition

Architecture competition is to propose new exhibition spaces for the Prague Congress Centre (KCP), for conventions, concerts and other social events. The proposal aims to add value to a building belonging to the architectural heritage of the 1970s.

Jetlag Tea and Wine Bar

JETLAG Tea & Wine Bar in Prague

Mimosa architekti designed this small bar in the centre of Prague. It offers tea, wine and coffee, in various unusual combinations. The space concept of travelling through time zones has been derived from its name Jetlag.

Loft Apartment in Prague

Loft Apartment in Prague

Architect: Jana Hamrová / Objectum

To create a colorful interior was the criteria set out from client for the architect. Large glass windows are dominant for the space and that was determining for the choice of the colors.

Loft F5-04 Apartment

Loft F5.04 Apartment in Prague

Architect: Klára Valová / SMLXL studio

Upon our first visit of the apartment, we faced an unpleasant surprise – the windows. The industrial design was replaced with plastic windows, although the developer had committed to keeping the original design.

Tony Adams Barbershop

Tony Adam’s Barbershop in Prague

Architects: OOOOX

Concept/colour scheme/materials – the aim is to create a manly interior, both with the colour scheme and the materials. Static modifications have already been implemented in the current space.

House in the Orchard Prague

House in the Orchard, Prague

Design: Sepka Architects

The proposed construction of a family house endeavours through its small size and character to integrate itself among the trees. In short, it would thus be possible to label the concept as a “house in an orchard”.

The Gap House in Jinonice

The Gap House in Jinonice Prague


“Imagine walking into a narrow space between two mountains, a tight corridor, rocks rising above you, towering over you, pressing in all around. You stop look in both directions unsure of which way to go. You continue apprehensive unsure of what lies ahead, it’s a mystery an adventure.”

Klanovice House

Klánovice House in Prague

Design: ADR architects

This house consists of three main axially symmetrical rectangular blocks. The building design deliberately splits the garden into several parts: front garden open to public view, back private garden and small atria.