Urban dialogue. Residential complex "Under the Star Game Reserve" by martin cenek architecture

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martin cenek architecture. Lead architect.- Martin Cenek.
Structural engineer.- František Denk.
Plumbing.- Tomáš Balažovič.
HVAC.- Ondřej Zikán.
Electrical.- Petr Bürger.
Fire protection.- Jindřiška Hüttnerová.
Landscape.- Tomáš Sklenář.
Built-up area.- 716 sqm.
Gross floor area.- 1910 sqm.
Usable floor area.- 1396 sqm.
Plot size.- 2883 sqm.
Libocka Street, Prague – Liboc, Czech Republic.
Integral Rand windows, Screen frameless windows, HS portals.- MASKOP 99.
Novatop Acoustic, wood acoustic panel.- Novatop.
Moja and Cora series, outdoor furniture.- Egoé.
UP 2000 armchair, FAT-FAT tables, Tufty-Time sofa.- B&B Italia.
Carmo sofa.- BoConcept.
Stockholm chairs, Merano armchairs, Bloom kitchen table.- TON.
Random light.- Moooi.
Shadows and Puro lights.-Brokis.
New Premium series, washbasins.- Catalano.
Aura series, bathroom heater ladders.- ISAN.
Pan series, faucets.- Zucchetti.
Martin Cenek. Drone images.- Marek Jehlička.

Martin Cenek

Martin Cenek is an authorised architect of the Czech Chamber of Architects and Registered architect of the British ARB, an independent practicing architect, assistant professor of a design studio at the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague, and a researcher focused on sustainable architecture and the application of photovoltaics in architecture within the Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics at the Czech Technical University.

He graduated with a master's and a doctoral degree from the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University, and worked as an architect in the offices of GAP architetti asssociati and Archea associati in Rome from 2006 to 2008. Between 2011 and 2013 he was the lead architect of the CTU team in the international university competition Solar Decathlon 2013. In addition to designing, teaching and research work, he is an avid architectural photographer. Since 2008 he has his own architectural practice in Prague.

In his projects, he emphasises simple, logical and clear spatial and functional solutions, overall efficiency and sustainability of the design as well as low energy consumption.



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