Group 1 | Team membersDavid Čech
The cafe is a very dynamic place. Everything is in motion and the atmosphere changes every minute. So we have created very dynamic design for very dynamic service.
Group 2 | Team membersLukáš Svoboda
Is our CTU lion sleeping?
What is his paw looking for? ...
... Students? Professors?
Group 3 | Team membersDavid Hlouch
Our inspiration was the human heart – living, pulsating center of the body, functioning mechanism that brings oxygen to our bodies and to our brains.
Group 4 | Team membersZuzana Svobodová
Cafeteria, a building in front of the faculty, a building that is non-orthodonal, free shaped.
Group 5 | Team membersRadek Stach
OUR MAIN GOAL WAS TO LEARN NEW CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND TO GET NEW SKILLS IN RHINOCEROS 3 MODELLING SOFTWARE.
Group 6 | Team membersPavel Směták
Marek’s and Petr’s look back at the workshop on freeshape architecture that took the place in Prague March 14-18.
Group 7 | Team membersPetr Vycpálek
Our submission was to make cafeteria in front of our faculty. To make its surface curved and to make a physical model and think about construction of that building in real scale.
Group 8 | Team membersKamil Štajgl
We are not presenting a complete project; it is rather a concept tool that a designer could use to further develop his or her ideas. The tool reacts to the site by extracting out either the lines of movement of people, material, environment and sunshine or just lines that that a designer draws interactively in a virtual 3D environment.
Group 9 | Team membersJaroslav Hulín