Cozy living in a terraced house

Private client

Prague, Czech Republic

The interior of the newly built terraced house in Prague 10 is in the spirit of practicality and functionality. The young married couple decided to implement it, considering that their family would only grow. We respect the client’s wishes and design a quiet, bright space accentuating natural materials.


The heart of the house is the main living room with a kitchen, dining room, and living room on the ground floor. The bedroom with a spacious bathroom and dressing room is located on the first floor. Our design highlights muted tones. We respect the client’s wishes and design a quiet bright space accentuating natural materials.


The interior is defined by a darker oak floor with a classic French pattern. The parquets naturally connect the individual rooms and thus create a compact whole. The openness and airiness of the space are highlighted by the connection of the kitchen with the dining room and living room. In color-modest interiors, we are always looking for ways to break a uniform whole. In the case of the living room, we opted for a green upholstered sofa. The earthy but still conservative color creates a harmonious space with an oak floor and white walls.

The use of terrazzo in bathrooms is experiencing a big boom. Various color variants, combinations, and textures are available. We opted for large-format paving with a terrazzo motif in a delicate color palette. Space is enlivened by black matte details in the form of concealed batteries, lights, and a ladder radiator.

The hallway in the family house needs enough storage space, which we solved with atypical built-in cabinets. However, they do not take up space. The location of the mirrors adds depth and optically enlarges the room. Who wouldn’t appreciate the opportunity to check the outfit a few seconds before leaving?

Project information

  • Client

    Private client

  • Year


  • Location

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Size

    156 m2 / 5+kk

  • Visualisations


  • Authors

    Martin Pavlíček
    Yana Štěpánková

  • Co-authors

    Yana Stepankova


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