High Museum of Art  ——  Study and Scientific Library – Hradec Králové  ——  The Roof of the St. Pius Church  ——  Museum aan de Strom  ——  Interior of an outdoor store Český Ráj  
The Slavia Exposition  ——  Sport and Relaxation Centre  ——  Technorama of Emil Škoda  ——  Glass and Bijouterie Museum  ——  Fojtka family estate  
House by the third hole  ——  Letenské sady  ——  Horní Počernice II  ——  Náplavní 2/1772  ——  The Info-system of the Park at Letná  
Family house in Semčice  ——  Nebušice family house  ——  The Barandov interior  ——  A pension in Borová Lada  ——  Loft conversion in Terronská  
Arabská Highschool  

Letenské sady – the Western entrance and the surroundings of the Hanavský pavilion

Letenské sady is a place of citywide significance, with important historic ties. The central motto of the designed modifications is the aim to make the park more attractive and to offer the visitor several options to stop, sit down and rest.

The concept of the modifications; especially the communications, the movables and the rest, is simple, discreet and lacking architectonic flashiness in order to hold up in the entire park and all its’ various precincts. In both designed segments the ground plan of the communications is preserved with only slight changes. The functional hierarchy of the communications is supported by materials used for the surface; for the main skater communications engrained bituminous asphalt is used, cobble stones are used only as a welt. Narrow pathways to the Hanav pavilion or on the embankment will be entirely cobbled. The design endeavors to smooth down the boundaries between communications and greenery; communications are lined with granite cobble stones spread into the lawns as well as the pavement under park benches and sittings with tables. We invite the visitors of the park onto the grassed areas.

Related article: the Info-system of the Park at Letná

project:2004-2005
construction:2009
author:Jan Cyrany, Dalibor Hlaváček, Štěpánka Šmídová
photography:Dalibor Hlaváček
visualizations:Jan Cyrany