Dolce Vita X Parizska 17 & The Brands
Christmas window displays designed for Pařížská 17 and The Brands shops located on one of the most beautiful and outstanding streets in Prague’s Old Town. As this project will be in collaboration with Dolce Vita magazine, the design will be inspired by the cool characteristics of the magazine itself. Just as the magazine is not like any other regular one, so will not the window displays be like any other christmas holidays ones in american family-friendly ads. The inspiration will be everything red-ish and shiny, rock’n’roll carols, festive hairs styles, unconventional gift wrapping and a good party!
Spanish Grill & Wine restaurant
Interior is inspired by old spanish tapas bar combined with modern solutions. Overall vibe is dark and cosy with the usage of durable materials used in Spain like wood, terracotta and ceramic tiles, leather, stone and metal detailing. The colors are inspired by the food/tapas (olives - dark green, black, leather; chorizo - maroon, burgundy) and the traditional Spanish wooden bars (dark wood - olive tree). The bar and kitchen will be situated in the center of the restaurant and visitors will be sitting around the bar in a circular way - like traditionally in Spain. Bar area will be crowded with things and happenings - a lot of activity, hanging food, plants, bottles and glasses. Surrounding part will be more quiet and minimalistic, offering both public and private areas with a circularly located long continuous upholstered seating.
In a typical 19th century building in the very centre of Prague is reconstructed a flat for a Czech-American family. This flat is a mix of original historical elements with the modern fresh touch. Inclusion of some vintage pieces and souvenirs from numerous journeys of the owners gives the flat cosy feeling of home.
Vietnam Climate Innovation Center
A large office space in the center of Hanoi is being provided by the national government as an in-kind contribution toward the project. The office layout and organization benefited from international best practice examples supported by a detailed moodboard and furniture suffestions. The space offered to companies a large co-working space, individual offices for teams, big meeting rooms and modifiable main area with podium and kitchen for events.
A small countryside studio will be designed for working in a calm, quiet and inspiring environment in Czech’s nature. A tiny 3,5x5,5m area will be divided to one internal working room and a external storage room for garden tools and wood rack. There will be used simple materials like wood, plywood, concrete and glass, to give fresh and raw environment for working. Taking into account the sun path and surrounding views, there will be some walls only from glass and some fully solid, keeping the space private, but also, letting in enough daylight. The internal room will be divided into working zone and relaxing zone, where it is also possible to host some guest if needed. In the working zone the main element will be a woodwork table to provide some craftwork and material experimenting. To store all the books and project paperwork, there will be a custom made working table, shelf and storage systems. In the chilling zone, the space will be kept cosy with a small stove, couch and some vintage furniture pieces.
The space will be designed as a seamstress studio in a historical building in the center of Prague. To express the essence and mentality of the studio as well as the house itself, the design of the space will be a combination of modern, French 50’s and historical Czech design. Overall space will be very light to act as canvas for presenting the fabrics and sewed clothes, old French fashion sketches and custom made furniture. The main element of the room will be a metal rail flowing through the whole area, which is used for hanging clothes. To make the interior outstanding, all the used materials will be unique, long lasting and high quality - terrazzo tiles on the floor, restored wooden ceiling beams, mirrors, crystal chandeliers and metal rails.
The apartment in an old Czech building in Olomouc will be designed for a woman who is a wine lover and loves to collect art. The main appearance of the interior will be light and neutral with the mix of modern and vintage. The idea is to use simple and long lasting materials while still bringing out the furniture and details with some unique materials or pop of color. White interior will give her a nice way to expose all her collected artwork and vintage pieces. As she values clean, well organized layout without any open systems, there will be a custom made kitchen furniture and a shelf system, where she can also store her wine collection. The main element in the kitchen will be a custom made round table which will be made of a combination of unique materials like resin and wood.