New Panská Pole district in Přezletice
Design & Architecture, cost management
12/2020 Planning Permit Design
CZK 900 million
Panská pole is a new residential zone that is to be created on the north-western edge of the village of Přezletice. The planned layout sensitively responds to original village’s structure. At the point of intersection with the existing village limits, we have proposed amenities typical for a town centre – a square, a school, a nursery school, and other municipal buildings.
We are positioning six apartment buildings in the residential southern part of the zone, enveloped by a forest park with a playground and outdoor gym equipment. North of Habrová Street, forming the new district’s axis, there are family houses.
Unifying architectural features harking back to a traditional rural lifestyle will be a theme running through the entire complex. The name of the development, “Panská pole” (“Noble Fields”), evokes a sense of farming with elements of grandeur. This is also reflected in the choice of traditional materials: wood, stone, bricks, and plaster. Brass will be used as an accentuating feature. The colour scheme will be harmonised into four main tones calling to mind the seasons of the year.
OM Consulting is providing architectural and design services, project management at the project phase, and engineering activities.