The idea of ​​the project was to fill the empty urban space with valuable content, recreate classic buildings, and fit into the context of downtown Prague’s Warsaw side. We decided to widely use locally occurring materials on the facades: hand-formed brick, concrete and glass.

The investor and designer goal was to create comfortable modern architecture, a place to live for SWPS students and teachers, a place open to the local community, improving the quality of public spaces of this part of the city, restoring the prestige of this slightly forgotten corner.

We were inspired by: local quarter buildings of a downtown character, open public yards, Prague brick details, concrete industrial architecture with a strong rhythmic divisions located in the close neighborhood.