This concrete interior is part of a home located in Osice, a small village southwest of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic and was designed by oooox.
The interior utilizes its concrete walls to create an elegant and sophisticated effect by keeping the palette neutral, using stunning lighting fixtures, and tastefully choosing few decorative accessories.
This contemporary interior is a 2013 project by B2 Architecture that can be found in the Karlin section of Prague, Czech Republic.
It is a conversion of an industrial building that sought to maintain some of the building’s original elements and character while creating a comfortable, modern space.
This loft, located on the Terronská street in the Bubeneč district of Prague, Czech Republic, was remodeled by Dalibor Hlavacek.
The apartment is elegantly decorated, creating a comfortable environment out of its limited space with its combination of subdued neutrals, wood floors, and exposed brick walls.
This contemporary home was once a dilapidated structure located in Veleslavín, Prague, Czech Republic that offered views of the city.
In 2012, Martin Cenek Architecture brought it back to life as a spacious and energy efficient residence complete with three stories, a pool, and a roof-top terrace.
It’s time for another reader’s home today.
This one is David’s home, a contemporary residence located south of Brno in Czech Republic.