The abandoned area in the wider city center of Prague is on the premises of what once was the largest industrial brewery in Central Europe. Our project focuses on revitalizing the north part of the area, while CMC architects won a competition for a refurbishment of an old brewery house in the south. Both of these projects will completely change the character of the given area, and return it to its historical roots when it was a social center of the Nusle district. The buildings design fits the character of its neighborhood and its modern aesthetics complements the architectural language of the area.
Client: Penta Investments, s.r.o.
Location: Prague – Nusle, Czech Republic
Year: 2017 – ongoing
Programme: masterplan, apartments, commercial units, square
Size: 367 apartments
Status: invited architectural competition – 1st prize, ongoing
Team: Robert Jelinek, Matej Strba, Karolina Pettikova, Hana Pleskacova, Kristýna Blažíčková, Jiri Prihoda, Jozef Seman, Vadim Shaptala, Alexandra Timpau, Ondrej Chybik, Michal Kristof
Engineering: Bulding spol. s.r.o.
Landscape architects: Terra florida
Renderings: Martin Holy