Lidija Grozdanic

Honětice Biotope: Crumbling Estate Buildings Reinvented as a Modern Eco Resort in the Czech Republic

by , 02/18/14



Biotope Honětice, Honětice resorts, Czech Republic resorts, Architects Přikryl Prokš, green renovation, green reconstruction, Czech architects, eco-tourism, eco-resort, agricultural tourism, locally sourced materials, recycled building material

The garage is situated on an old farm that was once part of a nearby castle in Zdislavice. After World War II, the estate was nationalized and severely damaged. Two main barns were completely demolished and garages were used as spaces for agricultural machinery. Over the course of five years, the buildings were reconstructed and transformed into a modern agro-tourism site.

The artificial pond located just a few steps from the facility has a natural look thanks to its walls, which are light green in color. The entire estate is wheelchair accessible and offers sporting goods, shower rooms, baby changing rooms and a café. The guest house offers six large quadruple family rooms with separate bathrooms. A restaurant with 45 seating places and a fully equipped kitchen is located on the ground floor.

+ Architects Přikryl Prokš

Via Plataforma Arquitectura

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