Grand Prix Architektů – Národní cena za architektura 2021 vyhrál projekt Přestavba menzy koleje 17. listopadu Fakulty Humanitních studiích Univerzity Karlovy.

Praha 9. 11. 2021 – Letošní ročník XXVIII. Ročník Grand Prix Architektů – Národní ceny za architekturu 2021 vyhrál projekt autorů Ladislava Kuby, Tomáše Pilaře a Martina Klimeckého / Ateliér: Kuba & Pilař architekti – Přestavba menzy koleje 17. listopadu Fakulty Humanitních studiích Univerzity Karlovy. Univerzita Karlova Fakulta humanitních studií UK Praha
Autoři obdrželi z rukou rektora ČVUT v Praze Vojtěcha Petráčka Velkou modrou kostku z dílny Bohumila Eliáše.
Každoročně je součástí slavnostního večera, který se letos konal v Betlémské kapli, vyhlášena i cena za Celoživotní dílo - Velká červená kostka, kterou uděluje Rada Obce architektů. Cenu předával předseda Obce architektů Oleg Haman a místopředsedkyně Vladimíra Leníčková.
Tato cena byla udělena Ing. arch. Viktoru Rudišovi.
Ing. arch. Viktor Rudiš představuje významnou osobnost naší architektonické scény. Jeho pracovní i osobní život je spjat především s Brnem. Za Rekonstrukci a dostavbu pavilonu G na brněnském výstavišti získal Grand Prix Architektů v roce 1996.
„V letošním roce byl velký rozdíl v práci poroty a to především v tom, že porota si nevybrala ze svého středu předsedu. Rozhodování bylo tedy jednomyslné, všechny vítězné projekty získaly plný počet, to je 5 hlasů. Již v prvním kole, kdy porota rozhodovala o výběru finalistů, mělo mnoho projektů 4 nebo 5 hlasů. Proto musel být shortlist finalistů rozšířen z 50 na 55. Je vynikající, že hlavní cena je hrazena z veřejných financí. V loňském roce tomu bylo stejně, kdy vyhrála Městská hala Modřice,“ uvedl k udílení cen Oleg Haman, předseda Obec Architektů.
Vítězové v jednotlivých kategoriích:
Kategorie Novostavba
Přístavba kanceláře ve Vysokém Mýtě
Autor: Martin Prokš, Marek Přikryl
Ateliér: Prokš Přikryl architekti
Cena - Malá modrá kostka
Kategorie Renovace
Radnice pro Prahu 7
Autor: Ing. arch. Vojtěch Sosna, Ing. arch. Jakub Straka, Ing. arch. Jáchym Svoboda
Ateliér: BOD ARCHITEKTI
Cena - Malá modrá kostka
Kategorie Rekonstrukce
Zpracování projektové dokumentace na rekonstrukci Libušína
Cena - Malá modrá kostka
Kategorie Rodinný dům
Dům na Kozině
Autor: Barbora Weinzettlová, Jiří Weinzettl
Cena - Malá modrá kostka
Kategorie Krajinářská architektura
Obnova krajiny kočárových koní
Cena byla vyhlášena bez uvedení autorů. Cena bude předána po vyjasnění autorství.
Cena - Malá zelená kostka
Kategorie Malá architektura
Věčná loviště
Autor: Petr Hájek, Martin Stoss, Cornelia Klien
Cena - Malá modrá kostka
Šetrná stavba
Altán městské knihovny ve Vamberku
Spolupráce Miroslav Bachura, Jonáš Kolařík, Ondřej Hart.
Cena – Malá stříbrná kostka
Čestné uznání v kategorii Šetrná stavba
Rezidenční projekt Sakura
Cena - diplom
Čestné uznání v kategorii Šetrná stavba
Telegraph
Autoři Lukáš Blažek, Eva Blažková, Vojtěch Jemelka, Lucie Vyhlídalová –
Cena – diplom
V letošním roce nebyly uděleny ceny v kategorii Interiér a Urbanismus
Dále se porota rozhodla udělit 3 čestná uznání. Ceny předávali předsedkyně Dorozčí rady Obce Architektů Milica Vujosevicc a člen Rady obce David Wittassek
Čestné uznání
Ústřední autobusové nádraží Zvonařka
Cena – diplom
Čestné uznání
Bytový dům Panna a Baba
Autor: Milan Jirovec, Matyáš Sedlák, Miroslav Holubec, Tomáš Fejkl
Ateliér M4 architekti
Cena – diplom
Čestné uznání
Kaplička Čtyř svatých
Autor: Kamil Měrka
Ateliér: ti2 architekti Kamil Měrka
Cena – diplom
Porota je každoročně pětičlenná, kdy 4 porotci jsou vždy zahraniční a jeden je z České republiky
V letošním roce byla porota ve složení:
• Michiel Hofman (NL)
• Anne-Françoise Jumeau (FR)
• Štefan Moravčík (SK)
• Ana Kučan (SI)
• Jan Magasaník (ČR)
Jako ceny jsou každoročně předávány skleněné kostky, jejichž autorem je Bohumil Eliáš starší, český sklářský výtvarník, sochař, malíř a grafik. Na tradici svého otce navázal jeho syn Bohumil Eliáš mladší, český sochař, malíř a sklář, který dnes vyrábí tyto výjimečné ceny.
V letošním roce bylo do Grand Prix Architektů – Národní ceny za architekturu 2021 přihlášeno 231 prací, což z této ceny dělá největší architektonickou soutěž v České republice.
Grand Prix Architektů pořádá Obec Architektů, z.s. již od roku 1993.
Letošní ročník GPA-NCA 2021 koordinovala Klára Vejrová, členka Dozorčí rady Obce architektů.
Gratulujeme vítězům, všem děkujeme za účast, partnerů za podporu a příští rok se na Vás budeme těšit u 29. ročníku Grand Prix Architektů 2022 !
ADD. Report Mezinárodní poroty 2021
REPORT JURY GRAND PRIX OF ARCHITECTS 2021
Intro / Overall jury comment
The 2021 GP jury is in general delighted with the amount of the high-quality architecture and the high building quality standards of the build projects in the Czech Republic registered to this year’s Grand Prix of Architects Awards. It is encouraging and pleasing to see the overall building culture, which follows the latest trends in the architectural discipline.
The jury also noted the quality of the projects in the field of landscape architecture. It appreciates the turn towards the urban landscape, found foremost in the projects upgrading the existing urban parks, aimed to change their perception in public, low due to the years-long lack of maintenance. This turn demonstrates the rise of the awareness that urban landscape is a necessary base for the quality of urban life, from the point of climate mitigation and access to nature to the richness of social interactions.
It has been very difficult for the jury to elevate only few outstanding winners. Nonetheless, after long discussions the jury has made decision to award the outstanding projects representing criteria in architecture going farther beyond the esthetics and functionalities.
MAIN AWARD:
Fakulta humanitních studií UK – přestavba menzy Koleje 17. listopadu
Kuba & Pilař architekti s.r.o. (Ladislav Kuba, Tomáš Pilař, Martin Klimecký)
Pátkova 5, Praha 8
The Jury of 2021 Grand Prix of Czech architecture has decided to award with the main award the project Fakulta humanitních studií UK – přestavba menzy Koleje 17. Listopadu.
The jury was captivated with the overall idea and the concept of reusing the historical monument of the University canteen to a new home for the Faculty of Humanities. In this sense the University sets an exemplary precedent, which advocates the historical patrimonies, unlike the other project in the Grand Prix range of the University campus in Usti and Labem.
The jury was also attracted by the architects’ generous approach to the work of the Czech renowned architect’s work. The architectural design of Kuba & Pilař architekti respond to the original design of Karel Prager as (only) an interpretation of the original concept, but with logic and considerate form!
The new Kuba & Pilař design inverts the spatial concept of the original canteen building; the closed program became the opened void and the open-space dining area around the solid core became the area of closed well-lit classrooms, cabinets and the administration offices on the building perimeter.
The jury was impressed by the thoughtfully elaborated and well thought relationship between façade, structure, the building’s technical infrastructure, interior cladding, furniture, etc.
The restructuring of the existing building is a real renaissance. The building appears to be totally new and this operation is a real rebirth. Taking advantage of all the pillars of the old building, the resulting new building is architecturally very rigorous and very coherent. The architectural design from the envelope, the living spaces dedicated to teaching and supporting premises down to the smallest interior detail reveals a real mastery of architecture which was to be rewarded with this 2021 Annual Prize.
The jury points out the importance of the upcoming project of landscape architecture, the jury believes the new life opportunity given to the space inside the building should be soon given also to the connected landscape to establish the interaction with the surroundings.
CATEGORY AWARDS:
1. Renovation / Renovace
Radnice pro Prahu 7
Atelier bod architekti (Ing. arch. Vojtěch Sosna, Ing. arch. Jakub Straka, Ing. arch. Jáchym Svoboda)
U Průhonu 1338/38, Praha 7, 170 00
The jury appreciates the overall approach and the process from the initial idea to the realization of the new Municipality hall of the Prague 7 district.
The jury positively recognizes the project for the coherency between the overall relocation process and the architecture. It’s important to mention that similarly to the Main Grand Prix Award, this project is also a result of an open architectural competition.
The project convinces and pleases the jury with moderate solutions used throughout the building, without the use of any opulent elements or solutions. The architecture of the building, the spatial interior concept and the choice of materials respond to the new location of the building. The building highlights the new centrepoint in the heart of the Holesovice district. The jury also appreciates the gesture of the outdoor terraces. Each floor has it’s own relation with the outdoors. The terraces have become the extension of the interior offices, allowing people to meet and collaborate in the fresh air.
The building's simple and rational materiality is impresive. Everything in the building is organized in a very consistent way, the interior of the building demonstrates clarity as well as the austere and positive mood. It is inviting, open and comfortable space for the district’s municipality of the 21st century. The building’s architecture manifests its proximity to people and represents the kindness to host everybody inside.
The Jury awards the project for the comprehensive demonstration of the reused structure in the heart of the city district, for using the compact solution for a civic building, where well used space, austere materiality and modest use of all resources and other means of expression in the project, are used in order Not to waste!
2. Restoration / Rekonstrukce
Rekonstrukce Libušína
Masák & Partner
Pustevny 221, 756 56 Prostřední Bečva
The jury recognizes the project for the dedicated approach to the reconstruction of the historic monument, on all levels. The jury awards the project for wider relevance. The project emphasizes the importance of heritage monuments outside the centers.
Libušín is listed a national cultural heritage since 1996, as one of 2 famous dominant buildings on Pustevny was built in 1898 by local tourist association Radhošť. In 2014 the building was hit by a fire that severely damaged the building, destroyed the dining room, including probable murals by Mikoláš Aleš.
The restoration of the work of architect Dušan Jurkovič, the prominent representative of Art Nouveau architecture, was of course a self-evident necessity. But the projects went farther beyond the necessity. The reconstruction of Libušín is not only a celebration of the Jurkovič’s very distinctive style strongly influenced by folk architecture, but also demonstration of his main inspirations by the Arts and Crafts movement executed and performed in 21st century.
The jury awards the reconstruction of Libušín for the outstanding quality of craft and for giving the house new life for many years to go onward. The project is a celebration of the region and its traditions on the highest level.
3. Newbuild / Novostavba
Přístavba kanceláře ve Vysokém Mýtě
Prokš Přikryl architekti (Martin Prokš, Marek Přikryl)
Försterova 175, 566 01 Vysoké Mýto
The jury recognizes a global positive change in the shift of the focus, in the field of architecture, from the new-built projects to projects reusing or recycling existing structures. Jury positively sense this trend also in Czech architecture and in the preview of the Grand Prix of Czech Architecture as well.
The jury has decided to award with the New-build Award the Office extension in Vysoké Mýto. The office extension in Vysoké Mýto is a small-scale intervention contributing to the skyline of the east-bohemian town.
This new building created in a very dense context takes place and emerges in perfect harmony with its environment while affirming a strong identity. This new extension with a delicate design plays with the multitude of roof shapes around its perimeter. Reflection by its shimmering material and simple but singular and strong shapes give this new building a great quality.
The project balances on contradictory borders, between the invisible and the flashing, between fitting-in and standing out. The monolithic extension is a contribution and a sensitive complement to the historic structure of the city center of Vysoké Mýto and, at the same time, uses the architectural language of the suburban building’s add-ons. With its character of the “peripheric architecture in the city centre” the project recalls the conceptual movement “Nová česká práce” (The New Czech Work) from 1994 of architecture students of Miroslav Šik.
The jury appreciates the simplicity and straightforward solutions of the project, the use of the wooden structure, its raw façade cladding and the way the spatial layout is utilized inside. The project is on the boundary between the sculptural play and the rational architecture, which results in an overall poetic solution.
4. Family house / Rodinný dům
Dům na Kozině
atelier 111 architekti
Barbora Weinzettlová, Jiří Weinzettl
As the absolutely best example model for the project in the category of the Family house, the jury awards the House Na Kozině in Trhové Sviny.
The awarded project Na Kozině combines all positive aspects mentioned previously in all other awarded projects. The project plays with available ingrediencies and results in a coherent story of a magic place and a poetic housing settlement for a 4-member family.
The story of the house starts with the comeback of the clients from the capital city, back to the scenic and well-preserved small hometown in South Bohemia. In the span of several years the clients step by step acquired small neighboring houses, one by one, and slowly grow the architectural intention of combining them into one family home.
The Jury awards the project for the overall synergy between the town and the architecture, between the client and the house, between the houses itself, between inside and outside, and between the environment and the historic memory.
The house demonstrates a strong sense of respect and connection with the place.
With small resources and a limited amount of means of expression, the architects sensibly, responsibly, economically and creatively designed generous and surprising spaces for simple and modest living. The house Na Kozině is an outstanding example of responsible and novel housing of 21st century.
5. Landscape / Krajinářská architektura
Obnova krajiny kočárových koní
Ateliér Krejčiříkovi, Doc. Ing. Přemysl Krejčiřík, Ph.D., Ing. Kamila Krejčiříková, Ph.D.
Kladruby nad Labem
In the field of the Landscape architecture the jury awards the project of the restoration of a historic landscape, Obnova krajiny kočárových koní. Similarly, to the project of the restoration of the house Libušín, the jury appreciates the thorough and sensitive approach to the restoration of the neglected landscape.
A decision to restore a historic landscape is an achievement in itself; first, a landscape is a palimpsest, and it is not easy to either separate its historic layers or to decide which one to reconstruct, second, it is constantly evolving: its reconstruction may demand the felling of trees, which needs to be justified and carefully coordinated with the public.
The project Obnova krajiny kočárových koní is complete and consistent. It addresses the two most important layers, the one from the 16th and the one from the 19th century with due respect, putting the older - the most precious - in the foreground. The design principles that were used to create the old pasture landscape were fully reapplied while the decision to keep some younger trees from the time of The Picturesque as a secondary layer followed the principle of the unfolding views. Thus, the younger layer remained complementary and does not interfere with the experience of the older one.
Supported by historical research, smart in design evaluation, precise in landscape-construction techniques and with the maintenance plan to preserve the reconstructed landscape beyond the life span of the oak trees, the work must have been a well-orchestrated endeavor, combining the knowledge from various fields. The jury sees the result as sound and poetic.
6. Architectural object / Architektonicka intervence
Věčná loviště
Petr Hájek ARCHITEKTI (Petr Hájek, Martin Stoss, Cornelia Klien)
Drnov, Česká republika
The Jury of 2021 Grand Prix of Czech architecture has decided to award with the Architectural Object Prize the project Věčná loviště.
The jury was captivated with the landscape intervention of the Věčná loviště project and also fascinated with the overall holistic synergy between the project idea, location, client, architect, budget and the overall construction process. The way how the means of expressions are orchestrated on the site, combines elements of reverence and respect and instigate to think beyond a conventional terrestrial dimension.
The project of the animal crematorium is located in the slumbering landscape of the former military site watching over the Prague’s airspace. The approach to the project through the forgotten nature is in introductory and necessary component of the architectural object.
The continuation of the approach towards the reflecting façade further instigates the philosophical questions of the journey and the time.
The architectural layout of the building provides multiple options for the clients to use. The interior is built with minimum of expressive resources, equipped with simple design and simple executed to the last detail. The interior provides clean and calming spaces with a special room, which provides magical reverential atmosphere.
The jury awards the project for a unique singularity approach in every aspect of the project.
The project instigates contemplations and provides multiple ways of understanding and experiencing the site. The landscape interaction with the architectural object provides joint and remarkable experience.
Honourable mention
Ústřední autobusové nádraží Zvonařka
CHYBIK + KRISTOF
Brno
It´s a bold simple intervention which is bettering the experience of bus travel. Welcome design decision in time when public transportation systems need to be a prime mean of mobility.
We apriciate that the idea to improve the bus station came from architects themself, they took an action and started to speak with the client.
Honourable mention
Bytový dům Panna a Baba
m4 architekti s.r.o. (Milan Jirovec, Matyáš Sedlák, Miroslav Holubec, Tomáš Fejkl)
Praha 10
The jury decided to award with a special mention residential project Panna a Baba.
The residential buildings Panna a Baba are sculptured by the architect to fit well to the context. The volumes respond and fit well with the neighboring structures. The project also suggests the change of the neighboring park to be developed and interact with the development. The jury appreciates the work on the overall composition and the apartment layouts of suitable standards for contemporary living.
The correctness of the volumes built on a single base, which connects the slope of the land and directs the operation through a terrace towards the landscape, respectfully took into the account the urban context. The two inhabited volumes orient themselves independently towards the outdoor space and the effect of the oblique roofs accentuates this dynamic, giving this operation a singular relevance.
Honourable mention
Kaplička Čtyř svatých
ti2 architekti (Kamil Měrka)
Perný kopec u Sobětuch (okr. Chrudim) 49.9310383N, 15.7702550E
The jury decided to award with a special mention the residential project Kaplička Čtyř svatých, a small, delicate, and almost unnoticeable intervention in the landscape.
The jury appreciates the architectural step into the landscape with a small and humble intervention, which reminds and invites us to have discreet and silent stops in our daily busy lives.
Sustainable award
Altán městské knihovny ve Vamberku
MgA. Martin Kožnar
Vamberk
The jury decided to bestow a Sustainability Award to the community library glass house Altán městské knihovny ve Vamberku for the overall approach to get built a common public space in a considerable and responsible way.
The overall light structure, the use of minimum building materials, the responsible material choice of wooden structure and the use of natural materials, provide possible recyclability of all elements after the end of the life-span of the building.
Honourable mention in category of Sustainable building
Rezidenční projekt Sakura
Jestico + Whiles (Sean Clifton)
Drtinova 557/10, Praha 5
The jury decided to give an Honorable mention in the category of Sustainability to the residential project Sakura for it’s rational and logic design parameters, meeting housing standards of the 21st century with a simple understanding of sustainability. The elevated gardens provide “green architecture” on a rather symbolic level; nonetheless the jury appreciates the gesture as a symbolic reminder of living coherently with nature. The jury notes are a recommendation to future projects’ investors and developers to be more ambitious in setting the highest sustainable criteria in the housing category projects.
Honourable mention in category of Sustainable building
Telegraph
ječmen studio (Lukáš Blažek, Eva Blažková, Vojtěch Jemelka, Lucie Vyhlídalová)
Jungmannova 3, 779 00 Olomouc
Another Honorable mention in the category of Sustainability is awarded to the
renovation project Telegraph in Olomouc for the overall approach to the re-use and the re-build of the structure to another function. The jury appreciates the transformation of the industrial building into a mixed-use public one with cultural, co-working and temporary building facilities with simple architectural and creative interventions.




































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