<p><strong>BOŘISLAVKA Centre</strong><br />
Supporting Your Business</p>

BOŘISLAVKA Centre
Supporting Your Business

<p><strong>BOŘISLAVKA Centre</strong><br />
Supporting Your Business</p>

BOŘISLAVKA Centre
Supporting Your Business

<p><strong>BOŘISLAVKA Centre</strong><br />
Supporting Your Business</p>

BOŘISLAVKA Centre
Supporting Your Business

<p><strong>BOŘISLAVKA Centre</strong><br />
Supporting Your Business</p>

BOŘISLAVKA Centre
Supporting Your Business

Exceptional Architecture

The urban design and architecture of the office and shopping complex BOŘISLAVKA CENTRUM (Bořislavka Centre) was created by 
an international architectural workshop attended by ten renowned global and Czech studios.

The winning design, conceived by the acclaimed Prague studio AULÍK FIŠER ARCHITEKTI, allows for above-standard public access through a 12,200 sqm private area of land. It creates a number of attractive public spaces that will become, together with the shopping mall, a natural meeting point for 100,000 inhabitants of the catchment area.

More than 24,000 sqm of A-Class office space in four office buildings, formed into the shape of irregular natural crystals, is set onto the building’s base, which itself offers 9,000 sqm of retail space, including restaurants and cafés next to patio gardens and parks on the level of Evropská Avenue.

The four crystal-like office buildings offer successful Czech and multinational companies a representative seat at a prestigious address: Evropská Avenue, Prague 6.

Pedestrian plan

Aulik Fiser Architects
Aulik Fiser Architects

Aulík Fišer architekti is a well known architecture studio based in Prague with a rich history of experience in urbanistic studies and in the design of office and residential buildings. Both owners are active university teachers at schools of architecture, and remain active and contributing members of the professional community and cultural sphere.

Winning Project
Winning Project

The design by the winning studio, Aulík Fišer Architekti, capitalises on the challenging geometry of the site and uses buildings of crystalline shape to link two highly heterogeneous worlds – the bustling thoroughfare of Evropska Avenue and residential Kladenska street, some 7–14 m below. The proposed urbanistic arrangement keeps the development fully permeable to public traffic, both longitudinally and laterally.

Statement by Architect
Statement by Architect

“We have placed organic shapes – crystals – in an irregular fashion onto the map of this irregularly-shaped land plot, i.e. specifically, in the lower part of the site, which is marked by continuous development, and which thus smoothly transitions into parkland in the eastern part of the site. The irregularity does not equal randomness: the inner structure of each crystal is a reflection of its overall shape. The form allows us to respond to the highly heterogeneous environment and elevation of the adjacent streets, yet fully satisfies the strict principles of current typology.“