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Kamil Mrva Architects | Studio Kopřivnice

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I inherted a garden from my grandfather and decided to build my own house there, including a studio. Thus, I decided to try out the roles of client, architect and construction supervisor all in one person.

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Studio-foto-Vavrinec_Mensl-14The house with a studio is located in a slightly sloping fruit orchard. Situated in a natural setting, the house provides a pleasant enviroment for working and living. The house consists of two structures connected by an entry area.

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Studio-foto-Vavrinec_Mensl-13The residental part is brick, the connecting corridor with a meeting room is made of glass and aluminium, and the studio is a wooden structure.

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Location: Kopřivnice, ul. Záhumenní 1358, Czech Republic
Architects: Kamil Mrva
Client: Kamil Mrva
Cooperation: Martin Janek, Pavel Slíva
Contractors: Profinvestik s.r.o. FM, Alumatik v.o.s., Dewi Ostrava, Janíček
Project: 2000
Realization: 2001–2002
Photo: Lubomír Fuxa
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