Exhibition of Studio Projects

Apartment building Letná

Štěpán Roletzki


The apartment building near the National Technical Museum in Prague has a facade made of pillars cast from light-colored concrete in a shape that refers to the chambranles, that are typical for Letená's apartment buildings. In front of the sliding French windows, which have polished aluminum frames, there are balustrades, which are also made of concrete like the facade. The house is also divided horizontally by cornices, with the cornice above the ground floor and the main crown cornice of the house being thicker than the others, separating the living area from the ground floor. On the ground floor, there is a shop with windows facing to the street and an office of an architectural studio, which has windows to the courtyard.

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