Open Design Contest in 2 Phases
Deadline Phase 1
Deadline Phase 2
Prizes and sketching fees
1 000 000 CZK - 750 000 CZK - 500 000 CZK + sketching fees 2 x 250 000 CZK
Mandatory Electronic Tool
The subject of the competition is the design of a new municipal spa for the town of Krnov on land in the northern part of the town next to the existing summer swimming pool. The land is owned by the city with a total area of 13 200 m2. The connection of the outdoor swimming pool with the new municipal spa will create a sports and relaxation center linked to the town's sports infrastructure along Petrovická Street. The new city spa includes a swimming pool (25 m), a relaxation pool, a sauna world, a fitness center, and additional services. The design includes a solution for parking and traffic connections to the site.
Roman BrychtaJury Chair
Roman Brychta is a graduate of the Czech Technical University and the School of Architecture led by Professor Emil Přikryl at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. In 2002, he was one of the four founders of the Projektil architekti architectural studio. Their successful projects include the National Technical Library in Prague and the Study and Research Library in Hradec Králové. Among other things, the studio won the first prize in the architectural competition for the design of the Písek Swimming Pool. Since 2011, he has been the head of the Architecture IV studio at the Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design in Prague, where he also became an associate professor in 2016. In 2020, he founded his own the Roman Brychta architekti studio.
Tomáš HradilJury Vice-Chair
Mayor of Krnov
As an architect, she collects original approaches and applies them to her creations, based on her experience from foreign residences, for instance in Valencia or Rio de Janeiro. She is a graduate of the New Media Studio at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and of the Faculty of Architecture at Brno University of Technology. She also studied at the School of Architecture. She is co-founder of the COSA cultural association, where she and Markéta Mráčková describe and create a new content of architectural work. Their experiment includes architectural creations, artistic installations, as well as a rather original form of the architect association as a response to the architectural reality and working relations in architectural business.
Ondřej Chybík is a co-founder of the Chybik+Kristof studio. He studied architecture at the Brno University of Technology, as well as at TU Graz in Austria and ETH Zurich in Switzerland. He worked at the Vienna-based studio PPAG. In addition to his architectural practice, he also currently works as a teacher. Together with the Chybik+Kristof studio, he has won several prizes in architectural competitions, for example for the Czech pavilion at the EXPO 2015 in Milan, the Courtyard Social Housing in Brno, and the design of the campus of the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava.
Zdeněk Sendler is one of the most prominent landscape architects in the Czech Republic. In 1982, he graduated in garden and landscape design at the Faculty of Horticulture of the University of Agriculture in Lednice. After the revolution, in 1990, he founded his own studio, Ateliér zahradní a krajinářské architektury. The studio cooperates with architectural studios, but also with building and engineering professions, sculptors, and artists. Among its more unknown projects are the Denis Gardens in Brno, the restoration of the Jirásek gardens in Litoměřice, the restoration of the monastery gardens in Litomyšl or the Celtic park in Dolní Břežany. He was nominated for the Architect of the Year 2016 award. He continues his teaching and publishing activities and is a member of the artistic and scientific council of the Faculty of Arts of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
First Deputy Mayor of Krnov
Representative of Krnov
Marek Juránek studied architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of Brno University of Technology in 2013–2019. During his studies he worked as a graphic designer in the Anderle studio. He founded the Juránek Studio in Krnov.
David Kotek studied at the Faculty of Architecture of Brno University of Technology in 1995–2003. Since 2000, he has been working with Projektstudio in Ostrava, which has won several awards, for example for the reconstruction of the front area of Ostrava‘s Kino Luna or for the energy-efficient Concepthouse building, where Projektstudio is now based. He is increasingly devoted to ecology and environmental architecture in practice and in his life.
Zuzana Stanjurová MateiciucováAlternate
Chief Town Architect of Krnov
Councilwoman of Krnov