Black Flying House in Bohemia by H3t Architekti

Today we discover the winner of the BigMat ’17 International Architecture Award Honorific Mention For Young Architects. According to the panel of judges chairman, Jesús Aparicio, “a hugely original hanging room that can be installed in a number of different ways and which in this case is installed under an existing railway arch.”

 

Black Flying House in Bohemia, Czech Republic, by H3t Architekti © Martina Kubesova

Black Flying House in Bohemia, Czech Republic, by H3t Architekti © Martina Kubesova

 

In words of Henrieta Moravčíková (Czech Republic + Slovakian member of the panel of judges): “Studio H3T architekti has won renowned for the realisation of small often temporary objects in the public space. The strategy of uncovering the hidden potential of the place through new intervention was followed also with their last installation. The black flying house was situated in the abandon military area on the periphery of the Czech town Pardubice. The wooden archetype of a house was hoovering under the arch of the ruined railway bridge and offering the potential guest the standard of an emergency shelter. In the absurd position and location the trivial form of the object acquired strong social-environmental content. The work was removed according to the demolition warrant after 39 days of existence.” (more…)