Open Design Contest in 2 Phases
Deadline Phase 1
30 Septmber 2022 14:00
Deadline Phase 2
24 March 2023 14:00
Prizes and sketching fees
300 000 CZK - 200 000 CZK - 150 000 CZK + sketching fees 3 x 50 000 CZK
Mandatory Electronic Tool
The town of Český Krumlov plans to create a new local town centre that will offer its citizens services and functions appropriate to the developing town of today. A centre that will provide a meaningful range of services and usable spaces, that the historic core is unable to offer. The city wants to accommodate the functions that the historic downtown development very difficult to provide (due to limited transport accessibility, the size of the interior spaces of the buildings, the small size of the roads, the complicated morphology of the site...) and to encourage the development of the peripheral parts of the centre, which can better respond to the dynamic development of society and its needs, also in terms of social events and everyday encounters.
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Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague. Together with Prokop Tomášek founded their own office Atelier 69 - architekti, whose team was later joined by Jaroslav Wertig. A69's projects include the Dr. Peták Sanatorium in Františkovy Lázně, reconstruction of a pedestrian zone in Cheb or the Central Park residential complex in Prague. He teaches at the Architectural Institute in Prague (ARCHIP) and runs a studio at the Faculty of Architecture
CTU in Prague.
Architect and promoter of architecture, graduated from the Faculty of Arts Architecture at TU Liberec, studied in Los Angeles and worked in London and Paris. In 2015 he was awarded the Architect of the Year award. He is mainly theoretical, critical and media activity. He participated in the creation of the Centre for Architecture and Urban
He spreads general awareness of architecture through his own programmes on Radio Wave and on MALL.cz internet television.
She studied architecture at the CTU. Before she founded her own studio and the eponymous Norm-a gallery, she worked in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and in Prague in the offices of ADR or Ivan Kroupa architekti. She worked as an assistant in the Architecture 2 studio at the Prague UMPRUM.
He studied architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague. In 2007 he co-founded the ov-a studio, whose buildings for Lasvit and Slavonice were nominated for the European Mies van der Rohe Architecture Award. In addition, Lasvit's headquarters in Nový Bor won the Czech Architecture Award in 2020. He also teaches architecture - he is the head of the Valouch-Stibral studio at the Czech Technical University.
He studied demography at Charles University and economics at Charles University and the University of Economics in Prague. He works as an advisor at the Secretariat of the Deputy Mayor of Prague for Spatial Development and Urban Planning Petr Hlaváček. Among other things, he deals with the issue of housing affordability, in this respect he works as a researcher at the Masaryk Institute of Higher Studies of the Czech Technical University. Since 2019, he has also worked as deputy director of the Prague Development Company.
He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University and also studied in Bracelona. In 2010 he co-founded the studio edit!, which deals with projects of various scales from residential and commercial buildings to public buildings. He works as a professional assistant at the Redčenkov-Danda studio at the CTU.
1st Deputy Mayor of Český Krumlov
city architect of Český Krumlov
Head of the Department of Regional Development, Spatial Planning and Building Code, Regional Authority of the South Bohemian Region
Managing Director of the Český Krumlov Development Fund
Mayor of Český Krumlov
Director of the Hospital Český Krumlo