Spatial fragmentation. Bořislavka Centre by Aulík Fišer architekti

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Aulík Fišer architekti. Lead architect.- Jan Aulík, Leoš Horák.
Design team
Ondřej Černý, Petra Měrková, Oleksandr Nebozhenko, Vojtěch Štamberg, Kristýna Zámostná.
Landscape architecture.-Zdeněk Sendler.
Visual style.- Toman Design.
Artwork.- Jan Aulík, Leoš Horák, David Zalabák, Pavel Filip, Maxim Velčovský, Jan Poupě, Pavel Roučka, František Hodonský, Jan Kovářík, Milan Houser.
Glass objects.- Jan Aulík, Leoš Horák, David Zalabák, Michal Froněk, Jan Němeček.  
Boardroom design.- Michal Froněk, Jan Němeček.
Client KKCG Real Estate Group.
Built-up Area.- 10,780 m².
Gross Floor Area.-69,735 m².
€ 143 mil.
Project year.- 2012-2018.
Completion year.- 2018-2021.
Evropská 866/65, 160 00 Prague 6, Czech Republic.

Aulík Fišer architekti

Aulík Fišer architekti is a Czech architectural firm based in Prague that was founded in 2007. AFA is always looking for appropriate and contextual solutions, from large-scale to detailed studies, interiors, and exhibition design. Its two directors, Jan Aulík and Jakub Fišer, are active in the wider cultural and professional community and have experience in teaching design studios at schools of architecture.

Jan Aulík Ing. arch. Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague. Co-directs the Aulík Fišer architekti studio together with Jakub Fišer since 2007. Member of the supervisory board of the Czech Architectural Foundation from 2002 to 2009. Lecturer at the design studio of the Faculty of Architecture from 2008 to 2014.

He has been designing office and residential buildings since 1996, often for the BB Centrum park in Prague Michle. He is also the author of several local public buildings, such as the Community Center and the Nová Brumlovka Sports and Wellness Center. The mixed-use urban block and the adaptation of the manufacturing hall in Prague Libeň is another of his significant projects. He recently realized the Bořislavka Center building complex.

Leoš Horák Arch. Eng. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague with his project for the revitalization of Dubnica nad Váhom, supervised by Professor Ivan Kroupa. His diploma project won the dean's prize. From 2003 to 2004 he completed his international student internship at Tampere University of Technology in Finland.

During her studies, she worked part-time at the Prague branches of several international architectural firms. After graduation, he joined the Aulík Fišer studio and started concentrating on ideas of urban development concepts in the context of Prague. One of the main themes of his work has been the development of the BB Centrum in Prague Michle, with the latest completed project called Delta. He has also designed mixed-use developments in Palmovka and Ruzyně and residential developments in Kavčí hory, Vysočany, and Pankrác. For the last nine years, he has been busy with the Bořislavka Centre complex, since the AFA's success in the international competition.



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