I am a student of the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague. At the moment I am studying a Masters degree. I combine my studies with professional practise in architectural studio to get experience that can be beneficial for my professional future after graduating. I would like to gain new experience abroad and to explore a different attitudes to designing. I am passionate about building constructions, details and new technologies of civil engineering. I have experience with interior design, furniture and office buildings. I use Archicad for my modelling and try to work with it in a BIM way as much as possible. I am also interested in graphic design, photography and fine arts.
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Secondary School of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Architecture, Prague, Czech Republic
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01. LOFT APARTMENTS “FLORA” Type: Year: Location: Studio:
Residential 2013 Prague, Flora Irena Šestáková
The apartment building is located in the northeastern part of the block. Most of the apartments are oriented to Jičínská street. By its shape and location the building’s design dominates the area near Flora Palace on the Vinohradská Street. It is a rhythm of alternately protruding and recessed block masses. In this way, the expansion of the apartment’s ground plans was achieved. Bedrooms are predominantly located in recessed parts. The building has seven dwellings, five of which are two storey-flats. Each two-storey flat has its own terrace facing towards the courtyard. The superstructure has a lightweight steel frame. Facades are covered with Resoplan boards. Pergolas are covered with the same panel, preserving the shape of the entire superstructure. The panel color strives to blend with the surrounding buildings. An elevator has been added to the courtyard, which facilitates access to new apartments. The aim was to design residential building in an older urban structure that would fullfil the needs of today’s inhabitants.
GROUND PLAN 6TH FLOOR
GROUND PLAN 7TH FLOOR
02. DORMITORY “STŘEŠOVICE” Type: Year: Location: Studio:
Residential 2014 Prague, Střešovice Karel Fořtl
The university dormitory is located in district Střešovice in Prague. The basic mass solution is U-shaped. The building consists of three parts, each of which is designed for a specific function: housing, culture and sports. The largest of the parts has east-west orientation to ensure sufficient sunlight for residential units. The building is accessible both from the Pod novým lesem street and from the Na Petřinách street. It is a five-storey building with garages in the basement. On the ground floor of the building there is a dining room, a large study room, a clubhouse and a cafeteria facing the enclosed courtyard. There is also a cultural hall for conferences, lectures and other social activities. On the 2nd and 3rd stories there are student apartments with relax rooms and night study rooms. The 4th floor is reserved for visiting professors. From the 3rd and 4th floors there is access to outdoor terraces. The project was developed with consideration to the needs of people with reduced mobility. Emphasis is placed on the barrier-free space. All floors are linked to elevators.
03. POLYFUNCTIONAL BUILDING “JINDŘIŠSKÁ” Type: Year: Location: Studio:
Residential/Office 2015 Prague, Jindřišská street Jan Sedlák
The task was to complete the house block in Jindřišská street in the New Town district in Prague. It is a significant location in the city center. The site gap is located near the Main station and Wenceslas Square. The area is characterized by architectural diversity and is distinguished by many remarkable stylistic counterpoints. In the immediate vicinity of the site gap there are two dominant buildings (the Jindřišská tower and the Church of St. Jindrich). The building design consists of a gradually receding mass. It is divided into three sectors: base (parter + first floor), middle sector - cube in which dwelling units are concentrated, and on top by two-storey flats with terraces. The building has 7 floors and a basement. The ground floor and first floor are designed for office space and a book store. 3rd to 7th floors are residential units. In the basement are cellars, a technical room and parking spaces for each apartment. The Added value of the glass corner is the view of the Jindřišská Tower.
04. POLYFUNCTIONAL BUILDING IN ROTTERDAM Type: Year: Location: Studio:
Residential/Office/Public 2016 Nitherlands, Rotterdam ZdenÄ›k ZavĹ™el
The site is located in dutch town Rotterdam in the district of Agniesebuurt. The designed building is conceived as a continuous linear mass that surrounds the site and creates semi-enclosed space for the courtyard. At the intersection of Vijerhofstraat and Zomerhofstraat there is a 6-storey elevated part with a passage leading to the inner courtyard. The rest of the structure is 4 storeys high. There are terraces on the 4th storey. On the ground floor of the building are commercial areas such as: cafe, office spaces and shops (tea room, vegan shop, clothing store). The remaining floors are flats. All living rooms are oriented to the street. The bedrooms and workrooms are oriented to the courtyard. Entrances to the appartments are equipped with sheds and bin rooms.
05. ENTRANCE HALL “SMÍCHOV GATE” Type: Public/Office Year: 2017 Location: Prague, Smíchov Under the leadership: Ing.arch. Erika Bohata Visualization: Ing.arch. Marek Snyrch
05. OFFICE INTERIOR “SPORTISIMO” Type: Public/Office Year: 2017 Location: Prague Under the leadership: Ing.arch. Erika Bohata Visualization: Ing.arch. Marek Snyrch
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