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Kamil Mrva Architects & Luděk del Maschio | Reconstruction of Production Grounds for the mmcité Company

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The designers David Karásek and Radek Hegmon contacted our company to come and take a look at the old buildings of a former piggery and an adjoining structure in the municipality of Bílovice, not far from Uherské Hradiště. They had liked our realisation of the reconstruction of a building in Bernartice for the company UAX and expressed interest in cooperation with us.

mmcite-foto-Studio_Toast-01The building’s owner, a prominent producer and seller of urban furnishings, requested a new look for the current complex, which was to accommodate the firm’s management, administration, production and warehousing. A new street was proposed in the building complex. An extension was designed for the entrance building.

mmcite-foto-Studio_Toast-02The aim of the architectural project was to design a simple extension connected to the building under the same roof. The building’s “new coat” was intended to help promote the company, as well as upgrade the look of the former collective farm. This involved creating a new façade out of silver façade sheets on the first building and silver profiled sheet metal on the second building. New windows were designed with aluminium frames.

mmcite-foto-Studio_Toast-04The reconstruction project and project documentation for the building permit were prepared by the kamil mrva architects studio headed by architect Kamil Mrva. The interior and parts of the exterior were designed by sculptor Luděk del Maschio.

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Location: Bílovice, Czech Republic
Architects: Kamil Mrva, Luděk de Maschio
Client: mm cite a.s.
Cooperation: Radek Hegmon, David Karásek, Jaroslav Holub
Project: 2008
Realization: 2008–2009
Photographs: Studio Toast
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