the line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio
 
the line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio the line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio
dec 03, 2015

the line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio

the line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio
all images courtesy of radan hubicka architectural studio

 

 

 

czech republic-based radan hubicka architectural studio received first place in a competition to design and realize ‘the line’, a multi-purpose building located at vítězné square in prague. the structure, which will complete the block, is based on the original masterplan as created by professor antonín engel in the 1920s.

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nighttime exterior view

 

 

 

in the plan, two types of monumental buildings compose the area: square, bulk forms, and concave shapes. the latter has been built only a single time in the near century that has passed, which is situated directly across the grounds from ‘the line’ proposal.

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the distinct form helps located adjacent streets from ground-level


all elements mirror exactly engel’s masterplan for the square

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entrance area

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‘the line’ is the second building of the concave typology to ever be built in the area

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aerial


façade detail


interior corridor

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interior

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looking through building

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scale model

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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