“An area the place you by no means must return alongside the identical route” was the temporary for the artwork residency and condominium Ovenecká 33, as its proprietor Tereza Porybná described in a press launch. The duty was left to Czechia-based agency, Objektor architekti, who juggled not solely the distinctive fee but additionally the condominium’s numerous features: artwork exhibition, neighborhood hub, non-public residence, and extra functions that Porybná might depart open ended.
The answer was to plan the area round contrasting vignettes so that every might be approached like an exhibition with a static structural framework that units the backdrop for orbiting objects. On one hand, it supplies simply sufficient unobstructed area to freely transfer or arrange artwork installations as occasions might dictate, however not an excessive amount of the place an empty sq. room feels uncomfortable and dysfunctional for dwelling. Then again, the exhibition-like method retains the floorplan open as contrasting moods, not partitions, divide the areas.
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