Dezeen Debate features a “clean” and “simple” revamp of a 1920s house in Prague

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No Architects‘ extensive revamp aimed to retain the character of the house, which was built in the 1920s in a romantic style that references arts and crafts-style English villas.

“Our addition refers to the original facade details and is hardly recognisable as separate to the original house,” the studio’s co-founder Jakub Filip Novák told Dezeen.

Commenters had nothing but praise for the project.

“Love the clean lines, the simple gestures, the quiet flourishes,” wrote one.

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