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  

The Roof of the St. Pius Church – Cologne, Germany

The concept of the roof of the main body of the St. Pius church in Cologne shows an innovative use of specific static features of glass, mainly the favorable bearing of pressure. A spatial glass truss girder is the main bearing element. All the pressure parts of the truss girder are designed as glass panes; tension is transferred by glass fibers and steel cables.

Due to the use of a holographic-optical foil a remarkable luminous quality of the interior had been accomplished thanks to an incidence of diffused light and color effects. The design came to existence in RWTH Aachen, the concept has been verified by means of a 1:4 model. The project was exhibited on Glasstec fair 2002 in Düsseldorf.


project:2000-2001
author:Jan Cyrany, Dalibor Hlaváček
cooperation:R.Heiringhoff, F.Nietzsche, J.Wurm
photography:Dalibor Hlaváček
model:J.Cyrany, R.Heiringhoff, D.Hlaváček, F.Nietzsche, J.Wurm