• CLIENT: Bextra, s.r.o.
  • PLACE: Ostrava, Czech Republic
  • DATE: 2006

The basis of the concept is to separate hall and administrative space into two clearly defined objects. The hall is divided regarding different possibilities of variable division of inner space which is displayed in the copilit walls of the external cladding. These walls became the distinctive feature of the hall, together with elaborate detail visible in the whole object. On the whole the building has a character of a plain cubic form. The concept of the administration area results from animating individual inner compact spaces. Games of ejected, heavy, supported and embedded, fragile load-bearing masses that ties together dynamic line prominently going into the road as an element clearly reacting to the street Místecká. With its dramatic paneling, it apparently expresses energy, clear direction, impulse, that due to its owner are noticeable in the whole company. Its protruding part is ‘the eagle’s nest’ of fulfilled goals and upcoming visions. The wooden line holds the unit together and projects itself from exterior to interior. The interior is solved simply and by interweaving of used materials and their defining of boundaries within the space. This object received an award Ostrava’s House of the Year 2006 and honorable mention of Moravian-Silesian region in the category of industrial buildings.

Team:
David Kotek, Stanislav Šťastný, Libor Tomis

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