Czech-Swedish studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The studio was established on the basis of several successes in architectural competitions and winning the international competition for the Museum of Forest Finn Culture in Norway, where their design won first prize among more than 200 projects. They appeared with their installation Victoria Pragensis in the public space of Václav Havel Square in front of the National Theater in Prague. The installation was to draw attention to the importance of greenery in urban space in an interactive and playful manner. The installation received a honourable mention from the Czech Chamber of Architects and was nominated for the Czech Architecture Prize.
The main members of the studio are Juráš Lasovský (CZ), Hanna Johansson (SWE), who worked in Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden for prestigious offices such as BIG, Schmidt Hammer Lassen, 3XN, MVRDV, WHITE where they have gained experience in international projects of various types and scales.
With a collaborative mindset the studio aims to create beautiful projects that are rooted in its place while offering new qualities, spaces and interactions between people and their surroundings.
PRIZES & GRANTS
Honourable mention - Den norske kirke / Kirkelig fellesråd i Trondheim / Nye Charlottenlund kirke / (NO)
Dreyers Fonds Scholarship for newly established offices / Dreyers Legatforløb / (DK)
Honourable mention - Urnes visitor center / Urnes (NO)
The Danish Arts Foundation - Project grant Bunker V37 (DK)
1st prize - Funeral Hall / Prague (CZ)
2nd prize - Residential Bridge / Prague (CZ)
2nd prize - Skanska Bridging Prague / Prague (CZ)