- Collaborators On The Concept: Helena Línová, Michal Volf
- Collaborators: Cornelia Klien, Andrea Kubná, Ondřej Lipenský, Helena Línová, Martin Prokš, Martin Stoss, Michal Volf, Jan Kolář.
- Graphic Designer: Kristina Ambrozová
- Civil Engineer: Jan Kolář
- Geometry Of The Shell: Jaroslav Hulín
- Portable Furniture: Cornelia Klien, Martin Stoss
- Architect In Charge: Petr Hajek
- City: Vrchlabí
- Country: Czech Republic
Text description provided by the architects. The KCEV (Krkonose Mountains Centre for Environmental Education) building is situated into a city park in front of the administration building of KRNAP (Krkonoše Mts. National Park). The building geometry is derived from the geometry of Krkonoše Mountains.
Every edge or slope on the building could be found in its real, natural topography. In between of the metal vectors, which represent the mountain ridges, there is growing sedum.
The new building is set apart from the existing one to create an entrance platform. This public space atmosphere is supported by fully glazed side wall through which it is possible to look into the building and indirectly become a part of an ongoing lecture or seminar inside of the building.
The building itself is energy efficient and should represent the ideas of the National park and preservation of nature. Main bearing structure and underground walls are made out of face concrete.
Inner partitions and furniture are made out of plywood. Design of furniture and dimensions of its basic parts are adapted for the size of plywood plates and because of that there are no wasted residues.