Építész Stúdió / Hunor Szántó, Máté Pálfy, Detti Kolossváry / Budapest, Hungary
Open Design Contest, 1 Phase
Prizes and Honorable Mentions
700 000 CZK - 450 000 CZK - 300 000 CZK + honorable mentions 50 000 CZK
Mandatory use of electronic tool
The subject of the competition was the design of an extension of the Primary School Řevnice. The intention was to expand the range of facilities and thus enable an increase in the school‘s capacity. The aim was to obtain a design that would sensitively and with respect to the existing situation complement the functional and spatial requirements of the school, enabling the creation of a new ensemble and thus improving to the quality of the primary school in Řevnice.
She studied architecture at INSA in Strasbourg and at the Budapest University of Technology. After graduation, she worked in the offices of Clément Vergely and Playtime in Lyon and later in Paris as a project manager at Bruther office. From 2015-2018 she worked as project manager at the international studio MVRDV in Rotterdam. Since 2015, she has been an authorized architect of the Dutch architectural registry SBA. In 2017, together with Jan Kudlička, she founded the architectural studio Gruppa Studio in Barcelona.
He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University. Together with Ondřej Císler and Filip Rašek, he is a partner of the Prague studio Aoc architekti, which was established in 2017. The studio specializes in residential housing, civic, educational and cultural building projects, public spaces and interiors. Their projects have won several major awards, including the Czech Architecture Award, OA Grand Prix, BigSee and Building of the Year.
Ian studied architecture and urban design at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 1993. In 1995 he joined Foster + Partners where he worked as a Project Director. In 2012 he founded Ian Bogle Architects. His studio has worked in over 25 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America in a wide variety of building typologies and sectors. Examples of the firm‘s work include ELI Beamlines in Prague and the largest kindergarten in the world (The Early Learning Village).
Tereza Komárková is an architect from Kutná Hora. She studied architecture and urban planning at TUL in Liberec, Czech Technical University in Prague and at the prestigious NUS in Singapore, which further inspired her to work in a foreign studio. She developed a conceptual approach to design and already during her studies her ideas began to be realized. In her renovations, she takes particular care in the dialogue between the original structures and the newly inserted design layer.
Mayor of Řevnice
Municipal architect of Řevnice
Director of the Řevnice Primary School
Architect, citizen of Řevnice, chairman of the Committee for Urban Planning and the Committee for Urban Development
Civil engineering designer, citizen of Řevnice