We built a 3 bedroom bungalow-type house of total built up area 159 sq. m for our client. read more
The house is based on monolithic concrete foundation strips, which are thermally insulated with extruded polystyrene on the outside. The vertical structures are bricked of HELUZ grinded bricks. The ceiling is made of thermally insulated plasterboard soffit suspended on the roof bearing structure. The roof consists of nailed framed wooden girders. The hipped roof is covered with BRAMAC concrete roof tiles.
The construction is designed as functional, with respect to the requirements of the clients and the owners of the neighbouring properties. The family home is designed as detached, single storey, without basement and habitable attic. read more
The bungalow has a rectangular layout with a hipped roof, a parking space is covered with a single-pitched roof. There is one 3 bedroom living-space with a bathroom and utility room without a garage inside the house.
The entrance is from the western side through a hall to a central passage with doors to a utility room and a changing room in the centre of the layout. Other rooms are accessible from the passage, i.e. the bedrooms and 2 rooms, a home office, a bathroom and a separate toilet and the living area. The sitting room area is open to the kitchen and the dining area, a balcony door leads to the garden through a partly covered terrace. There is a small pantry in the kitchen. The loft is accessible on a ladder from the passage there is a wooden bridge to access the roof hatch. A garden shed has a separate entrance from the outside.
The vertical walls and partitions are bricked with HELUZ blocks. The house is built to the low-energy standard. The girder structure with battens is covered with concrete roof tiles.
The windows are plastic, arranged as necessary. A fireplace insert is located in the living room. A condensation gas boiler with exhaustion of combustion products used for heating and hot water preparation is located in the utility room. Eaves gutters will drain rain water to a retention on the investor’s land. The property not primarily designed as wheelchair accessible.
A recreation property is designed in similar volume, shape and height as the original, already demolished house and is located at the place of the original house. read more
The construction is located at the edge of the built up part of Horní Planá. The house is designed as a detached two storey one (a ground floor and an attic). The house has rectangular layout of 12.03 x 8.5 metres and a saddle roof with 45° inclination. The roof ridge is parallel with the longer side of the land towards Lipno Lake. The vertical walls and partitions are bricked with HELUZ blocks. The house is built to the low-energy standard.
We built a low-energy family home according to our own project documentation for our client. The heating consumption does not exceed 50 kWh/(m2a) a year. read more
The house is heated by a heating system with a gas boiler. The windows of the main room are oriented to the south. The airing is provided through window panes with double and triple glazing with excellent insulation properties. Good thermal insulation parameters of the used materials give the house excellent qualities and contribute to its long life.
The heating consumption of this house is a maximum of 15 kWh/(m2a) a year. It provides higher energy efficiency standard than low-energy houses. read more
A passive house does not have a conventional heating system and is able to save a huge amount of energy compared to conventional constructions by means of a recuperation unit. The recuperation unit located inside the house ensures airing with highly efficient heat recovery. The house is airtight and nearly no heat leaks through the peripheral structures. The wall openings are provided with triple glazed windows.
The house cleverly takes energy from the sun and manages the building interior energy economically thanks to the recuperation.
The peripheral walls and the partitions are bricked of sand-lime bricks KM Beta SENDWIX. We used the sand-lime bricks for this construction as this is the ideal material for building thermally insulating multilayer peripheral walls.
The main facade of the house is designed facing south to maximize the gains from the solar energy. The required coefficient of heat transfer of all the structures is designed to the value U = 0.18 W/(m2K).
We built an energy saving house with conventional composition of peripheral structures for our client. The annual specific heat consumption for heating does not exceed 75 kWh/(m2a). read more
This energy saving house is heated with the classical heating system for solid fuels. A fireplace for wood is located inside the building.
We proposed the arrangement of the rooms on client’s request. The night resting zone is located on the top floor and the day zone on the ground floor. The sizes of the windows were designed to provide suitable lighting in the rooms with regard to the orientation of the cardinal directions. The airing is natural through the windows without a recuperation unit. All the structures of the house, like peripheral walls, windows, floors and ceilings, have good thermal insulation parameters.
We refurbished a whole panel flat for our client in České Budějovice. The refurbishment involved a modification of the arrangement from the interior design to the complete implementation. read more
We wanted the designed arrangement to reflect the present trends and to provide more living space. We started with removal of the old fitting and fixtures and the flat equipment. We located a front loaded washing machine to the kitchen, which provided more space in the bathroom. We fitted the bathroom with a sliding door, a wall-mounted toilet, a shower enclosure with a bath. Floating floors with wooden decor were used in the remaining parts of the flat.
We reconstructed an entire apartment for our client in České Budějovice. The refurbishment involved not only replacement of obsolete wiring but also the internal gas distribution system. read more
We replaced the old aluminium wires with copper ones and refitted the whole switchboard. Design covers of sockets and switches remained visible in the whole interior. Door frames were cut out and the openings modified to fit Sapeli interior and entrance doors. In the next step we completed vinyl floors at the client’s request, the bathroom and the living room, which finally gave an impression of cosiness.
Another total reconstruction of a panel flat. The bathroom is situated next to a room with natural light, which was why we used an illumination window in the bathroom. read more
Proper illumination of the bathroom highlights the materials used and the colour solution. In the kitchen we used large tiles, which beautifully connect the kitchen space with the adjacent spaces of the hall and the living areas.
We reconstructed a house for our client in Český Krumlov. read more
We tried to realize client’s ideas and thanks to that the house came alive again after the reconstruction and gives a very nice impression.
We implemented an extension and construction modifications of an existing house in Dolní Měcholupy, Prague. read more
The extension consists two parts. A garage with a parking space in the basement, which is then linked to the mechanical room of the house. A spacious living room with beautiful view of the garden is situated in the upper part of the house. hide
We implemented a turnkey reconstruction for our client in České Budějovice. The existing house was built in the 1960s. read more
It is a simple structure on square layout covered with a steep saddle roof. A single storey extension is attached to the basic structure of the house in the garden. The house is a two storey one, including the attic and has basements throughout the layout. The investor required rearrangement of the layout to reflect the needs of a present young family. Emphasis was also put on improvement of the thermal- technical properties of the peripheral structures of the building. The ground floor functionally serves as living room and a kitchen with a large dining area, which was achieved by demolition of an existing partition wall. The first floor is living with two child bedrooms, which are sufficiently spacious and airy. There is also the main bedroom and a home office with a library in the house. The arrangement of the basement area has been left unchanged and serves as the technical room of the house.
The house is located in the built-up area of the village of Litvínovice near České Budějovice, the neighbouring plots are also built up with houses. read more
The project dealt with construction modifications of an existing house. Thermal insulation, replacement of windows, overall renewal and modernization according to current housing trends. The built up area of the house was extended by a winter garden on an existing concrete terrace and the shape of the roof had to be changed because of the thermal insulation. The height of the house however was not changed.
We revitalized a house in Lipany near Prague for our client. The existing property has rectangular layout of dimensions 9.5 x 9.75 m. read more
An external staircase protrudes on the eastern side with an entrance door and a toilet. The house has a basement, a ground floor and an attic. The southern side is designed as entrance with a plastic entrance door and a garage door. The house is very spacious and gives an impression of cosiness. Further construction modifications involved replacement of the wiring, water piping, drainage and heating. The gas distribution remained unchanged. The inner plasters, floor surfaces and tiling were repaired. The old double windows were replaced with plastic ones with insulation double glazing. The facade was completely insulated with 80 mm thick polystyrene. 100 mm thick PUR insulation boards were used in the attic.
We modernized an existing house in Český Krumlov for our client. The house consists of two separate flats. read more
The house is partly sunken in the ground to the first floor level on the north-western side. The reconstruction particularly involved thermal insulation of the peripheral walls and the roof, replacement of windows and doors and construction of a roofed parking space.