When thinking of Prague, stunning images come to mind, but rarely does one think of a city of water… although for a select few, this is the case. In a pretty locale, a quiet harbour, on the border of Karlín and Libeň, Crestyl is creating a community. It’s a balance of water, trees, serenity and the pulse of the vibrant city. No requesting a water view here – everyone has one, because, in the words of Eduard Trembulak from Ian Bryan Architects, authors of Dock.
“ …the buildings are situated on a gently sloping pasture affording as much of a river view as possible. Each is different, in shape, in size, in geometry, in materials and in colour - to be more readily identifiable to their owner’s eye with a greater feeling of individual identity.“