|2015 — 2018||Ateliér architektonické tvorby, Škola Emila Přikryla|
|2017||Ateliér Socha Dominika Langa a Edith Jeřábkové, UMPRUM v Praze|
|2016, 2013||Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Leuven, Belgie|
|2012 — 2013||Campus Brussels, Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, Belgie|
|2009 — 2014||Fakulta umění a architektury, TUL, Liberec|
Travelling urban oases. I design an adaptable space that is an oasis offering local production and self-sufficiency. An urban house that inspires 21st-century industry and agriculture. It contributes to decentralization and self-sufficiency through vertical farms, markets, workshops, and digital production.
The house is built on a flexible grid where the individual elements form a complete whole. The building’s adaptable construction is a spatial set of events. It is temporarily anchored in open spaces in the city: empty lots, unused brownfields and mute spaces, where it consciously reshapes the context in order to open up new possibilities for its inhabitants.
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