|2014 — 2018||Ateliér architektonické tvorby, Škola Emila Přikryla|
|2010 — 2014||Fakulta umění a architektury, TUL, Liberec|
|2008 — 2010||Fakulta architektury, Architektura a urbanismus, ČVUT v Praze|
My work involves the search for deaf places within the urban structure of central Prague.
It is the search for slumbering potential, an attempt to create possibilities for new spaces.
I have found a place in the area around the city’s main train station. In the air. Above the busy train tracks by the entrance to the Vinohrady railway tunnel. The potential for this place, which has been lying fallow for nearly a hundred years, is immense. A brownfield in the city centre, right behind the National Museum.
The arterial road is moved underground, thus reconnecting the New Town with Vinohrady. I turn the connection between the two parts of Prague above the railway into a “bridge” filled with a wide range of activities for people – a public hall. The building’s mass is elevated, with the open space beneath the building intended as a multipurpose public stage. The romantic view of the train tracks remains unchanged.
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