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No Architects references proprietor’s artworks in Prague maisonette


No Architects repeated rounded beveled corners, royal blue and numeric particulars all through an residence in Prague, which was knowledgeable by two up to date work.

The residence within the Czech capital’s Žižkov district, takes cues from the 2 fashionable artworks belonging to the homeowners – an unnamed piece by Vladimír Houdek and Cesta domů by Josef Bolf.

Sixty-Nine by Vladimír Houdek hung on the wall next to a baby pink and royal blue kitchen
Vladimír Houdek’s portray is mounted on the wall beside the kitchen.

Houdek’s unnamed portray, that includes the quantity sixty-nine, is hung between the eating and kitchen areas.

The oblong piece is displayed in portrait orientation and divided into 4 sections with a pair of mirrored sixes and nines in a greyscale, gradiented typeface.

The ragged lower edge of the baby pink kitchen cupboards
The underside fringe of the kitchen cupboards echo the portray’s frayed edges

The frayed edges of the art work are referenced on the underside fringe of the kitchen wall cupboards, a tactile element that contrasts the sweeping curves of the bottom cupboard reverse.

Wealthy royal blue, the central color within the composition, is discovered within the kitchen, hall, toilet and master suite manifesting as giant planes of lacquered MDF, tile and velvet upholstery.

The quantity 69 turns into a sample when minimised and embossed on the perforated display within the dwelling space, and in a bigger format on cabinet doorways within the second bed room.

Detail of a screen in the living featuring
The repeated 69 motif decorates a display within the dwelling space

A second portray, Cesta domů by Bolf, is hung within the dwelling space on a grey-toned wall immediately reverse the piece by Houdek.

The contrastingly melancholy art work, whose title interprets to “method residence” or “highway to residence”, reveals a avenue scene with buildings, timber and figures obscured by a darkish palette of greys and black.

Wide view of the living space from behind a long grey sofa
The lounge separates the stairway and entrance corridor from the balcony

The emotive portray is referenced by the teardrop-shaped pendant lamps above the kitchen island and eating desk. Additionally they recall a waterfall mural by artist Patrik Hábl on the facet a neighbouring constructing, which is seen from the lounge window.

“It’s a easy dwelling house for a household who understands artwork and desires to understand and luxuriate in it” summarised No Architects.

“[An] inside the place up to date artwork isn’t just replaceable ornament”.

Baby blue built-in cupboards with large, rotated '69' motif

Bespoke built-in furnishings is present in every room, backed by a impartial palette of picket oak and whitewash finishes on flooring, partitions and ceilings.

The residence is located in a Nineteen Nineties attic extension of the unique constructing, which dates from the primary half of the nineteenth century.

Staircase inside apartment featuring curved plywood cladding

No Architects is a Prague-based structure, design and planning studio based in 2009, which beforehand designed a nursery in Prague that goals to ease separation nervousness in younger youngsters by incorporating loads of inner home windows, cubby holes and clear sightlines throughout the house.

The pictures is by Studio Flusser.

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