Typical family townhouses
The basic idea of the winning urban plan of the project´s Stage 2, the authors of which are the architects of the Bogle Architects studio, consists in preserving and strengthening the natural environment the houses and apartment buildings are set in, which enables pleasant living in the middle of greenery. The design naturally works with the shape of the terrain and creates terraces and height levels, thanks to which the houses provide not only privacy and views of the greenery, but also views of the city centre.
An integral part of the urbanism lies in the vegetation, represented by both the original mature trees as well as new plantings and the park architecture, which we entrusted to the landscape architect Štěpánka Šmídová of the ŠMÍDOVÁ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS studio.
The development of Stage 2 offers a total of 38 premium terraced houses. Eighteen of them were designed by the London-based Bogle Architects studio, twenty by the Austrian Baumschlager Eberle Architekten studio in cooperation with the Prague´s Pavel Hnilička Architekti studio.
Here, we present to you three typical terraced houses – the houses of Type D, E and F. Each of them has its advantages, some may impress you with the ratio of quality and price, others with an elaborated multi-level layout, still others offer views and cascading gardens. We believe that everyone will get their money's worth here.
Family house D3
As an example of a typical Type D house, we chose House D3, which was designed by the Vienna-based Baumschlager Eberle Architekten studio in cooperation with the Pavel Hnilička Architekti studio. The houses are arranged so that the inhabitants of each of them could enjoy a feeling of privacy in their own gardens, and thus they will feel a desire to use them. The gardens are small and correspond to the urban way of life, where relaxation and rest are especially important. The terraced houses have front gardens. This creates a centuries-proven model of the connection of residential buildings to public spaces.More information
Family house E5
All the Type E terraced houses were designed by the architects of the association of the Austrian Baumschlager Eberle Architekten studio and the Prague-based Pavel Hnilička Architekti studio. The houses are arranged in curved rows, cascading on a slope and with the views of the inner park or of the greenery of the Košíře-Motol Nature Park. The height and floor plan of the houses divides their volume into smaller units. The curvature, both horizontal and vertical, creates a unique space between the houses. Each space is unique in its shape, and yet it is a part of a higher whole.More information
Family house F7
This type of the terraced houses is, in most cases, designed as a modern type of three-storey townhouse. The design of the majority of these houses (Type F1 – F 16) was created by the architects of the Bogle Architects studio, which also conceived the overall urban design of the project´s Stage 2 and the designs of the luxury Villa B and Villa C, as well as of the Type G apartment buildings.More information
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