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Apartment Letna by Jana Schnappel Hamrová

From the architects: The apartment is situated in Prague Letna district in building constructed in 1938 and the building is under protection of heritage department. That can be seen in public areas as well as in each apartment. Some valuable elements as existing doors or special glass cladding behind the heating radiators are preserved.
Main concept is based on these elements and an appropriate additions to them.

Apartment Letna by Jana Schnappel Hamrová
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All over area of the apartment is aprox. 120 sqm and most of the area is dedicated to the living zone. Significantly smaller is bedroom with glassed walk-in closet.

Apartment Letna by Jana Schnappel Hamrová
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Historical survey of the building discovered some pictures where big glassed door where shown. So replica of this door was used in the entrance hall to make the space very lucent.

Apartment Letna by Jana Schnappel Hamrová
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Minimalistic bathroom was cladded with simple shiny white cladding with accent in the shower. There ou can find travertine similar to the one used in the main hall of the building. Parquet floor was stained to the white tones as well as the dining table. Most of the furniture was custom made.

Apartment Letna by Jana Schnappel Hamrová
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Lighting is important for the interior. Lights that have been used are coherent with the materials and shapes used in 1930’s when the building was constructed but they also bring a new breath.

Project Details:
Location: Letna Prague 7, Czech Republic
Type: Residential Interiors
Area: 120 sqm
Design: Jana Schnappel Hamrová
Photographs: BoysPlayNice

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