The practice of B2 Architecture redesigned this attic apartment in Prague, The Czech Republic in 2013 to bring the beautiful aesthetic qualities of the late 19th century house back to the interior while also taking advantage of the earlier alterations.
Spreading over a surface of 220 square meters the apartment is owned by a business executive who collects animal trophies and wanted to display them inside while also ensuring a comfortable home where he could relax when returning from the business travels.
The lower level hosts the living area as a large open space which integrates the kitchen separated by an island. The upper floor is accessed via a staircase and it includes two suites, one with the living, media and guest bedroom while the other has the master bedroom, dressing and utility areas as well as bathrooms.
There is a secondary kitchen in the living area and the bedrooms have been separated from the rest of the apartment through glazed pivot doors that can be left open to create a single open space.