Chapman Taylor’s Prague team moves to a new studio

Chapman Taylor’s Prague team has relocated to a new address in the heart of the city, which will allow us to continue expanding our design capabilities.

The building is a former electricity transformer station built in 1930 to a design by architect F.A. Libra, and many of the original features were retained in the sensitive 2007 conversion by architect Ladislav Lábus.

The new, air-conditioned studio is in a very convenient, central location near to a tram stop, a railway station and three metro lines. The increased space will allow new additions to the team, with up to 38 workstations as well as hot desks, alongside meeting/conference call rooms, breakout spaces and terraces.

The new Prague studio address is:

Edison Building
Jeruzalémská 1321/2
Prague 1, 110 00
Czech Republic

T +420 224 214 121

We wish the team the best of luck in their new home.

 

For more information, please contact:


Jon Hale (BA (Hons)Dip Arch ARB, ČKA)

Director, Prague

Jon joined Chapman Taylor in London in 1997. He now heads up the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region and leads the design and implementation of projects in the Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Azerbaijan and Ukraine.

Based in Prague since 1991, Jon’s knowledge of the CEE markets and his leadership has helped our Prague studio become one of the leading architects of commercial buildings in the region, winning ‘Architect of the Year’ at the CEE Retail Real Estate Awards every year since 2008 and many other accolades. 

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Office / Residential

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