Architekti Hrůša & spol., Ateliér Brno, s.r.o.
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Hrůša & Company

prof. Ing. arch. Petr Hrůša

1955Born in Brno
1981Diploma of the Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology
1981–1990Stavoprojekt Brno, Ateliér 01, managing director
1990–1992The chief architect of the City of Telč
1990Prince Charles’s Summer School of Architecture, Oxford and Rome
1991The Ateliér Brno company established
1990–1992Member of the Council on Monuments and Sites of the Prague Castle
1992Teacher at the Summer School of Architecture, Liberec
1991–1996 and 2001 - 2007Teacher at the Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology
2001–2005Member of the editorial board of the Architekt magazine
2006Associated professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology
2007Member of the Building Committee of city districts Jundrov and Židenice; Member of working group of the Monument Care Department of Brno; Association for building Brno City Hall; Member of Mánes Union of Fine Arts;
2008 - 2014Teacher of the VŠB - TU Ostrava, branch of architecture study, studio work and lectures of architecture theory
2014Appointment by a professor of architecture
2015 - 2016Visiting professor at the Faculty of Architecture ČVUT Praha, atelier historic preservation
2016 - 2018Professor at the Faculty of Architecture ČVUT Praha, Atelier Hrůša - historic preservation
2015 - stillRegular professor at the Faculty of Architecture VŠB - TU Ostrava, branch of architecture study - studio work and lectures of architecture theory

Ing. Igor Bielik (1965), Brno

Technical director of "Atelier Brno"

Faculty of construction, VUT Brno (1984-1988)
Stavoprojekt Brno, Atelier 01 (1988-1991)
Since 1991 first colleague of Petr Hrůša in "Atelier Brno"

Senior engineer of the projects:

  • National Historic Landmark Petrov - Crypt in the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Brno and Reconstruction of city walls (1993-1995);
  • family house in Podivín (2002);
  • execution project of the Reconstruction of the Riviéra River Spa Brno-Pisárky (2003);
  • execution project for reconstruction of Denise's Gardens in Brno (2003);
  • reconstruction of a swimming pool in Veselí nad Moravou (2006);
  • Triniti Administrative Centre Brno (since 2004);
  • administrative complex Rivergardens Prague-Karlín; Administrative building Rohan Prague-Karlín.
  • reconstruction of The Brno House of Arts (2009);
  • reconstruction of residence Tripalo in Zadar (2011);
  • Parking house Panenská, Brno (2016);
  • reconstruction of Janáček´s theatre Brno (2018);
  • Janáček´s cultural centre.

He participated in projects:

  • town of Telč (1991-1992);
  • details for reconstruction of Denise's Gardens in Brno (2003);
  • details for a family house in Brno-Jundrov (2005);
  • execution project of the apartment block Brno - Jundrov (2009);
  • details for project Technological park Strážná (2012).

Ing. arch. Marketa Hrůšová (1971), Brno

Authorized architect, head of the office, senior architect

Faculty of Architecture, BUT (1989-1994)
Ecole d´Architecture de Nancy, France (1994)
Since 1995 in "Atelier Brno"
Authorized architect no. 2926 of the Czech Chamber of Architects

She participated in projects:

  • study for Capuchin gardens in Brno (1995, 2008);
  • reconstruction of former consistory Petrov no. 2, Brno (1996);
  • municipal plan of town of Polná and its amendments (1998-2009);
  • family house in Brno-Cacovice (2000);
  • regulative plan for location Rožnov in České Budějovice (2000) and Municipal Conservation Zone in Pardubice (2002);
  • interior for Professional Hairdresser's Studio in passage Rozkvět, Brno (2006);
  • family house in Brno-Jundrov (2003-2007);
  • reconstruction of dressing rooms in the relaxing area Riviéra in Brno-Pisárky (2007);
  • reconstruction of the Brno House of Arts (2007-2009);
  • interior of office for head od Humanic, náměstí Svobody, Brno (2001);
  • interior of family residence in Podivín (2002);
  • reconstruction of residence Tripalo in Zadar (2011);
  • Parking house Panenská, Brno (2016);
  • interior of residence near Brno (2012);
  • interior of J&T Café, Triniti, Brno (2012).

Ing. arch. Vít Zenkl (1970), Opava

Authorized architect, head of the development department, senior architect

Faculty of Architecture at Technical University in Prague (1988-1995)
Graduate of the first year of Summer School of Architecture in Liberec (1992)
Since 1995 in "Atelier Brno"
Authorized architect no. 3111 of the Czech Chamber of Architects

Senior engineer of the projects:

  • Administrative building Rohan Prague-Karlín;
  • reconstruction "Open Rudolfinum" (2012 - 2015);
  • reconstruction "Compound Nový Dvůr" (2013);
  • rehabilitation Castle Kačina, Kutná Hora (2015);
  • National library Klementinum, Praha (2015);
  • National centre theatre and dance, castle Valtice (2012).

He participated in projects:

  • Home for the Mentally Handicapped in Velehrad (based on successful architectural tender, 1995);
  • municipal plan of town of České Budějovice (based on successful tender, 1998);
  • successful competition project for housing development of Pankrác plain area, Prague (1998);
  • development plans in České Budějovice, Brno, Prague;
  • project for reconstruction of Jakub's square and Golden Well in Brno (2006-2008);
  • design for reconversion of an old gluing workshop into a Library and Public Information Centre, Veselí nad Moravou (2007); 
  • reconstruction of football stadium in Brno "Za Lužánkami";
  • J&T Cafe Elektra, Ostrava (2012);
  • ČSAD - UAN (The Central Coach Station) Prague, Florenc (2009).
  • interior of J&T Café, Triniti, Brno (2012);
 
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