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Renovation of a Functionalist Villa "Indian Ship"

The villa was built in 1936 according to the design of a noted Czech architect Vladimír Grégr, grandson of a well-known journalist and politician. Built in functionalist style, the villa has significant rustic elements including conical exterior walls, rough dragged work and wooden casing. In the framework of maximum respect to the original character of the house, the modifications include removal of the accumulation of insensitive silt of the 80s, highlighting the unique spaces and architectural details, and adaptation to modern living standards.

AuthorDalibor Hlaváček, principal architect
Ludvík Holub, principal architect
PhotographerBoysPlayNice, www.boysplaynice.com