Origami

The Origami project is situated in a peaceful residential district in Prague 6 and it consists of 7 houses. Formally it’s been defined as a block of flats but the design is closer to the individual residential housing. Only two flats in maximum can be find in each house. The concept combines the advantages of living in a flat with the advantages of living in a family house. It’s hard to find such project in Prague.
14 Piny4 fanoušků
Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura


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Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

Qarta architektura

El Proyecto Origami,© Lukáš Žentel

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El Proyecto Origami,© Lukáš Žentel

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A stepped concrete garden planted with herbs and flowers marks the descent to the house. The courtyard is the focal point of the U-shaped structure; there is clear visibility between the kitchen on one side and the children's bedrooms on the other.

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A stepped concrete garden planted with herbs and flowers marks the descent to the house. The courtyard is the focal point of the U-shaped structure; there is clear visibility between the kitchen on one side and the children's bedrooms on the other.

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AREA creates street furniture since 1987.  Well upstream to the demand of the market, AREA has developed a new approach:  - Free: design without a priori  - Creative: bring solutions without referent  - Long-lasting: be directly interested in the projects, in contact with designers of public spaces to re-introduce the end user in the heart of his environment.

AREA creates street furniture since 1987. Well upstream to the demand of the market, AREA has developed a new approach: - Free: design without a priori - Creative: bring solutions without referent - Long-lasting: be directly interested in the projects, in contact with designers of public spaces to re-introduce the end user in the heart of his environment.

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