Prague villa with Japanese and British inspiration

Prague villa with Japanese and British inspiration

No Architects has restored a 1920s Prague villa to its original splendor, including its complete technical modernization. The interior, designed down to the finest details, subtly incorporates inspirations from Japan and the UK as well as the customers’ personal experiences.


The renovation also involved modifying the layout of the property, creating a direct link between the kitchen and the garden, and adding two bedrooms and a bathroom to the original floor plan.

Photos: Studio Flusser

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