The project creates new interiors in entrance areas of the Czech Philharmonic and the Dvořák’s hall in the great Rudolfinum building in a Neo-Renaissance style located in the Old Town of Prague. The collaboration started with our winning proposal in an invited competition organized by CZECHDESIGN and the Czech Philharmonics as the client in 2018. The general aim was to bring an extended use to the entrance areas and open them up to the public more than during the concerts. The brief asked to include a new souvenir shop, a listening lounge and an exhibition about the history of the building.
|Studio||Lenka Míková architekti|
|Author||Lenka Míková, lead architect|
|Design team||realization: Lenka Míková, Martin Surovec|
competition: Lenka Míková, Martin Surovec, Matyáš Cigler, Dominika Galandová
|Collaborator||Graphic design and exhibition concept: Miroko Maroko|
LED design and audiosystem programming: Michal Pustějovský