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.