The room designed by Kateřina Součková with the Wieslaw Kubic studio is supposed to give a cosy impression.


“I had an idea about the room in warm natural materials, i.e. with wooden panelling and furniture and with a heavy woven fabric on the curtains and padding. And with a brick wall which livens up the whole space,” says the designer.

The wall above the headboard is made of small bricks. It was originally supposed to have been painted white but in the end the surface was sealed with a see-through coating. Why paint it when the bricks themselves are so impressive?

She combined the wood on the floor – oak mosaic in a chequered pattern – with wooden panelling.

The large window in the room with a view of the city centre was a challenge for the architect. She placed a large bench and an armchair under the window which is evocative of a shop window. A place to sit, to rest and to watch what is going on in the outside world.

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