Obytný Soubor Na Krutci

The project Na Krutci in Vokovice, Prague, is located only few minutes from centre of Prague and it is characterised by a unique view of the valley of Tichá Šárka. It is a modern complex of 16 terraced houses, 6 blocks of flats and 13 solitery villas. The project was completed in 2008 and the following architectonic offices shared the authorship: KUBA & PILAŘ Architekti, Rudiš-Rudiš v.o.s., Architekti D.R.N.H. and ABM Architekti.

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