[2018]

TROJSKÁ SCHOOL

OPEN, SINGLE-PHASE, ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITION FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION AND EXTENSION OF THE PRIMARY & GRAMMAR SCHOOL

The aim of the competition was to optimize the existing building program and add more capacities, according to the demands of the announcer.
The competition entred 28 teams from all over the Europe.

1st prize
Ravagnani Vecchi Architects / Andrea Ravagnani, Elena Maria Rossi, Chiara Nastasi,
Rome – Italy

2nd prize
MH architects / Petr Průša, Michaela Horáková, Sasha Derkach, Dmytro Matviishyn;
Prague – Czechia

3rd prize
MAS Architects / Milda Naujalyte, Arminas Sadzevicius;
Copenhagen – Denmark

Announcer: Praha 7 district – Troja
Announcement of the competition: 11. 7. 2018
Submission of the proposals: 14. 9. 2018
Jury meeting: 20. – 21. 9. 2018
Result announcement: 18. 10. 2018

SMÍCHOV SCHOOL

OPEN TWO-PHASE PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL ANONYMOUS AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN OF A PRIMARY SCHOOL

1st prize
Office Ou & Inostudio: Nicolas Koff, Zbigniew Gierczak, Magdalena Gierczak, Uroš Novaković, Sebastian Bartnicki, Sophia Szagala
cooperation: Oliver Green
Toronto, Canada; Gliwice, Poland

2nd prize
Škarda architekti / Václav Škarda
cooperation: Miloš Hlaváček, Lukáš Houser, Viktor Kirschner, Ondřej Šorm, Ondřej Hlaváček
Prague, Czechia

3rd prize
IND. [Inter.National.Design] / Teresa Papachristou, Felix Madrazo, Pablo Roquero, Arman Akdogan
cooperation: Alfonso Redondo Gomez, Marek Nosek, Kateřina Sojková, Martin Volf, Amaia Puras, Bezya Nur Öztürk, Alvaro Borrajo, Vittorio Perotti, Morgan Graboski
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Finalists

Martin Neruda
cooperation: Jana Šťastná
Prague, Czechia

ESC Architects│Tiago Sá & Alberto Cumerlato
Porto, Portugal

TRI.ŠTRNÁSŤ architekti / Lukáš Ildža, Ondrej Palenčar, Matúš Ivanič
cooperation: Tomáš Babka, Hana Skljarzska, Martin Burgr, Rastislav Ildža
Prešov, Slovakia; Stará červená voda, Czechia

Announcement of the competition: 14. 12. 2017
Submission of the proposals in I. phase: 4. 5. 2018
Submission of the proposals in II. phase: 17. 8. 2018
Jury meeting I. phase: 11.–12. 5. 2018
Jury meeting II. phase: 24. 8. 2018
Result announcement: 28. 8. 2018

THE CITY SQUARES OF BENEŠOV

ONE-PHASE PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL ANONYMOUS AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN OF THE CITY SQUARE

THIS COMPETITION WAS IN CZECH LANGUAGE ONLY

The aim of new architectural and urban open one-phase competition for the design of “City Squares Benešov” was two public spaces that once existed – Masarykovo and Malé náměstí. Today they lack the integrity and representative value. It is necessary to return their dignity and offer new opportunities for citizens of  Benešov to use them. The aim of the competition will be to create a contemporary multifunctional public space that the City of Benešov will develop as one of its long-term goals based on the result of this competition.

1st prize
Skupina / Marcela Steinbachová, Vít Holý
Prague, Czechia

2nd prize
Pavla Feistnerová, Anna Tomšejová, Klára Pavlištová, Tomáš Feistner
cooperation: Jan Špilar;
Prague, Czechia

3rd prize
gogolák + grasse / Ivan Gogolák, Lukáš Grasse
cooperation: Pavla Janečková
Olomouc, Czechia

Announcer: the City of Benešov
Announced: 21 February 2018
Results announced: 13 July 2018

The protocol on the course of the competition is available at the competition website.

KULTURÁK2

OPEN MULTI-PHASE COMPETITION DIALOG “About the Future of Neratovice Cultural and Administrative Center”

The competition for the Comunity House for the town of Neratovice was a way of selecting a long-term and reliable architectural partner for the design of the revitalization of the entire building and especially its reconstruction. The task for the participants was very complex with regard to the size of the house itself and the complexity of the programs it encounters. The announcer expected the contestants to present a sustainable concept of handling buildings that are nowadays overvalued by the past.

1st place
OV-architekti

2nd place
re:architekti studio

3rd prize
Jakub Našinec

4th place
Ondřej Císler

Announcer: The Town of Neratovice
Announced: 29. 11. 2017
Results announced: 13. 6. 2018

NEW SCHOOL LOŠBATES

OPEN ARCHITECTRUAL ONE-ROUND PROJECT DESIGN COMPETITION

The subject of the competition wasthe solution for a new elementary school of a size 2 x 9 classes, plus two preparatory classes, caretaker’s apartment, additional apartments for employees, and space for elementary art school for Louňovice, Štíhlice, Tehovec and Svojetice (= LOŠBATES). Apart from the school building and its grounds, it was necessary to solve its traffic connection to the major road I/2 by means of a new junction, its parking, and additionally to think about possibility of future extension to the size of 3 x 9 classes.

1st prize
PELLETIER DE FONTENAY / Hubert Pelletier, Yves de Fontenay, Valerio Sartori
Montréal, Canada

2nd prize
Monika Habrová, Petra Hrubešová, Michaela Kloudová, Jan Šorm, Eva Rosenová, Eliška Ouředníčková, Marek Kopeć
Prague, Czechia

3rd prize
Emanuele Baglieri, Maria Flaccavento, Serafino Sgarlata, Vania Santangelo, Giorgio Pluchino
Ragusa, Italy

Announcer: Svazek obcí Louňovice, Štíhlice, Tehovec a Svojetice
Announced: 14 December 2017
Results announced: 26 April 2018

THE STREET FOR THE ‘7TH’

OPEN ONE-PHASE ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN “Revitalization of Františka Křížka street”

1st prize
Hlavatí architekti / Josef Hlavatý
cooperation: Lenka Hlavatá
Prague, Czechia

2nd prize
Tomáš Kopecký, Jan Hájek
Prague, Czechia

3rd prize
Unhary / Hana Sýkorová, Jan Linhart, Jan Procházka
Czechia

Honourable mention
MONNOM STUDIO / Adriano Ferrer Escayola
Prague, Czechia

Announcer: Městská část Praha 7
Annouced: 27. 11. 2017
Results: 21. 3. 2018

[2017]

NEXT LEVEL FN HK

ARCHITECTURAL TWO-PHAZSE OPEN COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN “Next Level – University Hospital Hradec Králové”

1st prize
M2AU / Norbert Obršál, Jan Kubát, Radomír Feňo
Czechia

2nd prize
NEXT LEVEL TEAM / Pelčák a partner architekti, LT PROJEKT
Brno – Czechia

3rd prize
CHKAU / Ondřej Chybík, ; Michal Krištof; The Büro / Jan Vrbka; K4 / Vladimír Pacek, Miloš Schneider
Czechia

competition website

www.nextlevelfnhk.cz

Announcer: Fakultní nemocnice Hradec Králové
Announced: 18. 4. 2017
Results: 12. 11. 2017

NEW KCP

ARCHITECTURAL TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
OCA / Bernardo García, Marc Subirana, Biel Susanna, Hernan Lleida
cooperation: Joaquim Sellas, Play-Time architectonic image, Anabel Lazaro, Josep Ramon Rius, Silvia Juventeny, Simona Sulcová, Alfambra copisteria and Francesc Villena
Barcelona, Spain

2nd prize
Francisco Jorquera
cooperation: Catalina Riera, Sebastiano Rossi, Juan Jorquera, Cubic consultors
Palma de Mallorca, Spain

3rd prize has not been awarded

competition web:

newkcp.eu

The future exhibition hall should lay a basis for a good quality public space in the next few years and the proposed urban solution should have included in its last stage also the transformation of the Magistrála road from a traffic artery into a city boulevard.

The competition had two rounds, was anonymous and open to the participants from any country in the world. Seventy-six teams from twenty-three countries submitted their designs, which represent the work of at least four hundred architects, urbanists, engineers and other professionals. Eleven-member jury selected six of the designs to be worked out further in the second round of the competition, and then awarded the first and second prize. Until their final decision, the jurors did not know the names of the authors of any of the designs.

Announcer: Prague congress centre
Announcement of the competition 1. December 2016
Jury meeting July 2017
Announcement of the results 12. September 2017

DUKLA OF SPORTS

ARCHITECTURAL TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
Atelier CMJN, AED Project, Terra Florida / François Lepeytre, Gaël Brulé
cooperation: Hector Hernandez, Marisa Benedetti. Martin Roynard, Aleš Marek, Ondřej Šperl, Tomáš Hajdu, Jan Šulcek, Helena Holakovská, Zuzana Hlasivcová, Lada Veselá, Radka Šimková
Paris, France


2nd prize
Ján Studený, Peter Stec, Maroš Bátora, Marián Počúch
Bratislava , Slovakia

3rd prize has not been awarded

competition web:

www.pardubice.eu

Announcer: Pardubice City
Announcement: 2016
Results: 21. 8. 2017
Signing of the project contract: 26 October 2017
Contract schedule

1st round – contestant countries
(CZ) (FR) (DE) (HU) (PRC) (ROC) (NL) (PT) (RO) (SK) (UK) (UAE) (USA)
21 submitted designs

2nd round – contestant countries
(CZ) (FR) (SK)
5 submitted designs
The competition focuses on creating a new, contemporary conception for the Dukla of Sports complex, a sporting area with one of the greatest potentials in the Czech Republic, and its immediate surroundings.The goal of the competition is to design the most fitting urban and architectural solution for the sport complex, including the adjoining involved areas, as well as to reflect on the mission of sport and their significance and standing in today’s society.The Dukla of Sports complex in Pardubice – involving athletic tracks, basketball and handball – offers an exceptional mixture of sport activities, and the conditions for emerging as a key instance of a town sport complex for the 21st century.

[2016]

NEW TOWN HALL FOR PRAGUE 7

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
Atelier bod architekti / Vojtěch Sosna, Jakub Straka, Jáchym Svoboda, Jan Svoboda
Prague, Czechia

2nd prize
Anne-Sereine Tremblay, Jan Kudlička
the Netherlands

3rd prize
Dalibor Hlaváček, Ludvík Holub, Zuzana Kučerová, Martin Čeněk
spolupráce: Matúš Ficko, Martin Král
Prague, Czechia

competition webpage

novaradnicepraha7.cz

Announcer: Praha 7
Competition announcement: 19. February 2016
Results: 16. May 2016

Submitted to the international two-round competition for the form of the new Town Hall of Prague 7 were a total of 70 designs; the jury selected 8 of them for more detailed treatment and entry into the second round. In the first round, the jury received 40 designs from the Czech Republic. International ateliers were represented by five designs from Spain, four from the Netherlands and Poland, three from Portugal, two from Austria, and one each from Switzerland, Germany, France, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Great Britain and Vietnam. Work on the designs involved a total of 278 architects and other professionals (72 % men and 28 % women). In total, an estimated 30,000 hours of work went into the competition.

THE FUTURE OF BRNO CENTRE

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
UNIT architekti / Filip Tittl, Michal Kohout, David Tichý, Šárka Doležalová, Marie Gelová, Luboš Klabík, Filip Lux, Adéla Medunová, Lukáš Tittl, Jitka Žambochová
collaboration: Michal Decker
Prague, Czechia

2nd prize
consequence forma / Janica Šipulová, Martin Sládek, Franz Sumnitsch, Irene Djao-Rakitine, Lea Dostálová, Barbora Srpková, Veronika Kotková, Eliška Lichtnerová
collaboration: Jiří Vítek
Czechia

3rd prize
Atelier M1 architekti / Pavel Joba, Jakub Havlas, Jan Hájek
collaboration: Jakub Straka, Vojtěch Šaroun, Martin Utíkal, Michal Tichý, Patrik Kotas
Prague, Czechia

competition webpage

budoucnostcentrabrna.cz

Announcer: The statutory City of Brno
Competition announcement: 7th September 2015
Results: 10th May 2016

The competition for the design of the new Brno rail station situated in the current locality below the hill of Petrov. Submitted to the competition were a total of 58 designs from architects in Brno, Prague, Europe, the USA and China. Amid strong international competition, the winning team was chosen as UNIT architekti, which offered for the southern area of the city centre a realistic concept of gradual built growth with an attractive central park, placing emphasis on diversity and living quality, with respect for the character of the surrounding areas.

ALBERTOV CAMPUS

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
ZNAMENÍ ČTYŘ ARCHITEKTI / Juraj Matula, Richard Sidej, Martin Tycar
cooperation: Kateřina Šebestová, Tomáš Hanus
Praha, Česko

2nd prize
Atelier M1 architekti / Pavel Joba, Jakub Havlas, Jan Hájek
cooperation:  Michal Tichý, Jakub Straka, Vojtěch Šaroun
Česko

3rd prize was not awarded

Announce: Charles University in Prague
Announcement:  1. September 2015
Results: 1. August 2016

The aim of the competition was to design

The subject of the competition was the design of contemporary, durable and socially beneficial buildings – Biocentre and Globcentre in the Albertov Campus in Prague.

190 candidates were registered, of whom 33 submitted their proposals to the first round. In addition to participants from the Czech Republic, teams from the Netherlands, Spain and Slovenia also submitted proposals.

[2015]

NEW SCHOOL CHÝNĚ

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN ONE-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
Atelier CMJN / François Lepeytre, Gaël Brulé
cooperation: Hector Hernandez
France

2nd prize
ARCHITEKTI mikulaj & mikulajová / Andrea Ambrovičová, Radoslav Kurucz, Jana Matlovičová, Juraj Mikulaj
Czechia

3. cena
Martin Neruda
spolupráce: Jana Šťastná, Zuzana Boháčová
Czechia

competition web

novaskolachyne.cz

Announcement: 25th February 2015
Results: 8th May 2015

For the people of Chýně, the new primary school also serve as a new educational, cultural, social and sport center. It is very important to underline its future part in the life of the local community. As a consequence, the aim of the competition is not only to find a proper economical and sustainable solution for the new school, but also to lay the groundwork for the new social center of Chýně.

[2014]

COMMUNITY CENTRE H55

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN ONE-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
Zbyněk Ryška, Aleš Břečka
Brno, Kolín, Czechia

2nd prize
x architekten / Bettina Brunner, Rainer Kašik, Táňa Sojáková, Korbinian Lechner
Wien, Austria

3rd prize
Petr Synovec, Martin Josek, Jakub Sládeček, Eduard Sojka
Prague, Czechia

Announced: 10. 2. 2014
Results: 16. 4. 2014

The aim of the competition was to create a community center as a place where everyone feels involved in social and cultural life. The project is expected to do more than just fullfil the program. Bulding should have the functional value, the permeability and the openness of the urban structure – the house should become a “covered square”.

The competition was attended by 67 teams, one third of the proposals were sent from abroad, for example from Spain, Belgium or Norway.

NEW SCHOOL PSÁRY

OPEN ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN TWO-PHASE COMPETITION FOR A DESIGN

1st prize
RAP partners s.r.o. architekti / Ondřej Píhrt, Mojmír Ranný, Štefan Šulek, Ondřej Laciga, Filip Rašek, Pavel Směták
Pragu, Czechia

2nd prize – lowered
MEPRO / Ivan Březina, Martin Březina, Václav Matějka, Eva Šarochová

2nd prize – lowered
Znamení Čtyř – Architekti / Juraj Matula, Richard Sidej, Martin Tycar,
cooperation: Slavo Novotný, Mykhaylo Slyusar
Pragu, Czechia

Announcement: 4. 9. 2013
Results: 10. 2. 2014

The aim was to propose a nine-year primary school for the municipality of Psáry with 5,000 inhabitants. Its focus was on looking for a form of elementary school for the 21st century, in a sub-urban setting around the capital city of Prague.

61 teams from Czechia sent their proposals from which the jury selected 5 proposals to succeed to in the second round. The jury awarded the first prize and two reduced second prizes.

NEW ŽIŽKOV CENTRE

CENTRAL GROUP company announces OPEN CALL for participation in a workshop for the residence complex

[CNZ]

sketching fee
8 x 11 400 EUR

after submission of the proposal to phase 2

Electronic submission

for the phase 1 is required electronic portfolio
up to 31 October, 5 pm CEST

for phase 2 is required full proposal
up to 28 February, 2019, 5 pm CET

Announcer
Central group a.s.

Date of announcement
7. 8. 2018

The aim of the announcer is to create a residential complex of approximately 1,200-1,300 dwellings with variable commercial spaces in the parterre in the streets of Olšanská and Jan Želivský and further, according to the concluded contract with Prague 3, the establishment of kindergarten, which subsequently the investor free of charge transfers into the ownership of the city district.

The announcer emphasizes the creation of a valuable public space with greenery next to the intersection of the Olšanská and Jan Želivský streets and park green in the street of Jan Želivský and on the south side of the site (towards the cemetery).

WASTE TO ENERGY FACILITY MALEŠICE

COMING SOON

International, anonymous

Announcer
Pražské služby, a.s.

Assumed announcement
October 2018

This is the first architectural competition for a technological building that will undergo a complete modernization and technological reconstruction. Its aim is to cultivate a technologically demanding building, including the surrounding area, and to bring the waste treatment process closer to the general public’s energy use. Last but not least, the capital city of Prague wants to be ranked alongside some metropolises such as Vienna or Copenhagen, which have already been honored with the task in the past and built technological treasures – architectural landmarks and tourist destinations.