Ing. Jan Kadlec and Ing. KateÅina Kadlecová – USSPA, Ing. Petra Kalendová – Somfy
The unique space of the Wines Home building in Prague emphasized exceptional atmosphere of the architecture spirit. The members of jury personally introduced and commented the work of all 20 finalists. The jury had to choose among 131 received works, which means high interest for the future architects and also a great success for the first year of the competition.
USSPA became one of the two official partners. "It is a natural connection for us," explains Ing. KateÅina Kadlecová, co-owner and marketing manager, and she continues: "We ourselves cooperate with prominent architects and designers on our projects. We know very well that a harmony between aesthetics and useful functions is not easy and in the field of architecture it is even not well appreciated socially yet. That is why it was a pleasure for us to support the competition."
The biggest word of thanks belongs honestly to Ing. arch. VÄra KoneÄná who set up the competition, prepared it and organized it all. Moreover she managed to gather the prominent Czech architects who joined the jury and thus accented the high level of the competition.
Petra Krobotová, student of FSV ÄVUT Prague / Erasmus, Gotebord, Sweden, was declared absolute winner with her project "Norra Guldheden, low-cost living". USSPA congratulates all honored students and wishes a lot of energy, inspiration and success to all participants.
The exhibition of the students’ works takes place in the Wines Home until 20 June, 2010.
|The 1 prize – Petra Krobotová / Norra Guldheden, low-cost living||The 2 prize – Tereza Naarová / Intensive low floor build-up PlzeÅ|