The dream of living oneself is still ingrained in the minds of most people. However, it has long been the case that quantity and functionality take precedence over quality and comfort. Modern housing trends known from world capitals are also gaining more and more attention in our country. One such project, which has the ambition to meet the most demanding world-class criteria, is a planned residential project emerging in the heart of the famous Prague district of Smíchov.
Smíchov, a former industrial suburb behind the walls of royal Prague, has over time turned into a modern district full of culture, romantic nooks, gastronomic experiences and nightlife. Glossy department stores and business centers alternate between green parks and hipster businesses. It is the original location under siege of parks and the proximity of the unofficial center of Smíchov Anděl that is one of the main attractions of the project.
The fact that this is a sought-after district is already proven by the neighborhood of the project itself. The residence is located near the historic Bertramka homestead, where the great classical musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived from 1787 to 1791. He also wrote his famous opera Don Giovanni in this classicist villa, which premiered at the Estates Theater in October 1787.
However, it does not end with an attractive location. As already mentioned in the introduction, the tenant will have a premium standard of living, above-standard quality materials, a community garden and roof terraces from the virtual reception and the smart home system. Enthusiasts of an ecological approach to our planet will also enjoy themselves, the house will have a charging station for electric cars and rainwater will be used to water the garden. Views of the Prague skyline and the city center at your fingertips will be just the icing on the cake.
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- Filip Kubus
- 14. 05. 2021
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