They took something that no one else wanted, added their own expertise, and came up with a completely unique concept—and that’s how this gallery in Ostrava was born.
Although Czechia has been doing pretty well lately with the reuse of old factory buildings for art everywhere (we last
In the Russian port city of the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad, a new wave of “beauty district” is emerging: more and more wellness, beauty and yoga studios are opening here in the spirit of naturalness and green philosophy. And this attitude results in new types of interiors despite the usual atmosphere
Located in Brno, this postindustrial building has come to a new life under the name Yoga Garden and Art Gallery Brno thanks to the careful redesign by RO_aR architects. With the reimagined structures and renovated materials, the architects aspired for an honest and no-frills architectural style, mixing architectural heritage
Located in the old industrial district of Brno in the Czech Republic, this former storage facility was renovated as a residential complex by the architecture firm, KOGAA. The project not only provides housing—it also attempts to boost the community and the neighborhood with various methods.
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Once a gas holder, now a concert hall, once a furnace, now an open-air music stage and cafe: the new life of an industrial complex in the 21st century, in this week’s episode of our PACE X HYPEANDHYPER series.
The Lower Vítkovice Area is a national cultural monument of
Raw elements, the meeting of old and new spiced up with some industrial feeling: communication agency Czech Promotion moved into the rooms of Karlín Palace in Prague, with Czech architecture studio Kurz architekti in charge of designing their new interiors.
Communication agency Czech Promotion had to move from their previous
Another industrial building has been put back into the circulation in Prague’s emerging Smíchov district. Even though it became detached from its original function quite some time before the renovation, the building still honors and evokes its past in several details.
Five Building originally functioned as a tram depot,
We have seen many luxury hotels on the world wide web so far, but nothing like
this. Greek architect office K-STUDIO saw the beauty in the rusted walls of a
derelict wine factory and transformed it into a fantastic seaside hotel on the
western coast of the Peloponnese. Wow!
Voilà, a perfectly implemented solution for the „what should we do with worn-out
industrial buildings?” problem: we discovered Vnitroblock creative center in
Holešovic district of Prague, where the interior also deserves our attention
besides the concept.
A dominant dilemma of metropolises is what to do with old and abandoned
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.