House on the Marsh / A1 Architects

© – David Maštálka

Architects: A1 Architects – Lenka Křemenová, David Maštálka
Location: , Czech Republic
Interior Design: Jakub Šulc
Construction: Reno s.r.o.
Joinery: Radek Opalecký
Project Area: 170 sqm
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: A1 Architects – David Maštálka

Rounded Loft / A1 Architects

© A1Architects – MgA. David Maštálka

Architects: A1 Architects
Location: Prague,
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: A1Architects – MgA. David Maštálka

Small House with the View / A1 Architects

© A1 Architects

Architects: A1 Architects
Location: ,
Project Team: David Maštálka, Lenka Křemenová
Collaborator: Jakub Filip Novák
Project Area: 115 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: A1 Architects

Small Houses / A1 Architects

At an exhibit at the Gallery of Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, A1 Architects produced several new housing typologies.  In the sampling of 1:125 models, and one 1:1 model, the firm explored the idea of “limitless living in a limited space.”  The challenge lay in the ability to make a residence maintain a feeling of openness and functionality, while contained in a small size.  We enjoy the work because experimenting with this small housing typology is becoming imperative as our population continues to grow exponentially with land availability decreasing rapidly.

More about the homes after the break.

66 Gallery and Botas Concept Store / A1 Architects


Architects: A1 Architects
Location: Prague,
Directors in Charge: Lenka Kremenová, David Maštálka
Client: Radoslav Kuba / artport s.r.o.
Collaborators: Jakub Korouš & Jan Kloss and OKOLO
Project Area: 52 sqm
Project year: 2009
Photographs: A1 Architects

Teahouse / A1 Architects

Architects: David Maštálka / A1 Architects
Location: , Czech Republic
Client: David Maštálka and Lenka Kremenová
Project year: 2008 (35 days)
Contractor: Vojtěch Bilišic , scupltor and carpenter (Slovak Republic)
Collaborators: Lenka Kremenová, Marta Maštálková, Rudolf Maštálka
Dome construction: Jan Bašta
Opponency of Diploma Project: Terunobu Fujimori , University of Tokyo
Interpreting: Petr Holý, Director of Czech Center in Tokyo
Surface Area: 3,75 sqm
Construction Area: 7 sqm
Photographs: Ester Havlová