House for Dorothy is a project designed by boq architekti. A combination of concrete and wood dominates the interior design of this family house in Prague, Czech Republic. The interior provides a contemporary approach to living in light-filled spaces, along with playful touches. Photography by Tomas Dittrich
Apartment interior in a new residential building in Holešovice, Prague. The owners, a young active couple, were looking for an oasis in the center of Prague. Project by boq architekti. Photography by Tomas Dittrich
House on the slope is a project designed by boq architekti. The brief was to create a house on a slope. An alien who landed in a conservative location near the capital. The house, which in its way delimits the surrounding buildings and at the same time is oriented to the views of the surroundings. A simple cube located on the ground plan of the original building, which is complemented by hanging blocks. Photography by Alexandra Timpau.
White & colored interior Prague is a project designed by Boq Architekti for a young family with a very strong sense of detail. A bald geometry and white color combined with natural oiled oak and grey anthracite surfaces serve to colourfull games in the place. The garden has an effect of non-stop changing picture. Interior is highly suitable for a young couple, which pays attention to every single detail. A neutral coulisse, which can be very well accompanied by various components according to your taste. Photography by Alexandra Timpau.
Extended house in Prague is a project designed by boq architekti. The lack of daylight. That was the basic thing that we had to deal with. The client´s brief was to propose the interior design as light as possible to lighten all rooms. But at first sight, it was sure that it would not be enough. Photography by Tomas Dittrich.