Atelier Štěpán

Architecture Firm Brno / Czech Rep.

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Atelier Štěpán was founded in 1997 by the married couple Vanda and Marek Štěpán. It focuses on architecture, public space and design. Since then the studio has profiled itself into a firm creating quality Bohemian and Moravian architecture. This has been recognized several times, proved by the several important awards that it has received – Grand prix of architects, the award of the Old Prague Club, Building of the year and Interior of the year, or nominations for the international Mies van der Rohe Award and Piranesi Award. The st. Wenceslas church in Sazovice was chosen by the Canadian magazine Azure as a masterpiece amongst the 10 best buildings in the world in 2017.
The author of the concept of minimal housing, Freedomek, Marek Štěpán is currently at the head of the Laboratory of Sacral Space at the Institute for Architecture (ARC) of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Brno University of Technology. During the years 2006-2012 he was an external consultant for architecture for the head of the Office of the President of the Republic. He formulated the theory of décor of structures in architecture. In his work he is inspired by both tradition and modernism.
Atelier Štěpán
Atelier Štěpán
  • Address Kremličkova 6a, 62100 Brno | Czech Rep.

Atelier Štěpán was founded in 1997 by the married couple Vanda and Marek Štěpán. It focuses on architecture, public space and design. Since then the studio has profiled itself into a firm creating quality Bohemian and Moravian architecture. This has been recognized several times, proved by the several important awards that it has received – Grand prix of architects, the award of the Old Prague Club, Building of the year and Interior of the year, or nominations for the international Mies van der...

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