The first phase of the transformation of the five-hectare area of the former military outlet near the center of Beroun into a residential zone is complete.
Studio Ian Bryan Architects (IBA) says that the unpretentious black-and-white design of the buildings, inspired by the geological structure of the rocks around Beroun, is so simple deliberately.
The prices of real estate around the capital are generally lower than in Prague and because the design was done without the combined details, the construction work was not unnecessarily expensive.
Thus, IBA managed to build a high-quality architecture with a high standard at an affordable price.
The new residential district will eventually offer a total of 24,100 m2 of diverse housing. In total, there will be ten residential buildings.
The developer, Crestyl, started construction works, which began in the summer of 2017 and will end this summer.