Interior of a Family House - Prague Petřiny

concept1995
realization 1995-1997
authors Jan Šépka

The design addressed the interior of the entire ground floor of a three-storey terrace house from the 1920s. The concept involved creating a universal living space with a study separated from the rest of the space by a different floor level and a roll-out bed placed under the study. The apartment can be folded up and unfolded as needed. All rooms have a similar opening character and light beech conceals the colourful inner surfaces of the unfolded or open furniture. The inner service space therefore interacts with the design of rooms.

The Certificate of Merit in the Grand Prix organised by the Society of Czech Architects in 1998