Holky Rády Architekturu creates “fun” but compact ice cream shop in Brno

Arches and undulating surfaces fill this small ice cream parlour, which Czech studio Holky Rády Architekturu has designed in the city of Brno.

Called Ještě Jednu, the shop has a footprint of just 29.5 square metres but accommodates a kitchen, ice cream bar, freezer and coffee corner.

Arched forms feature in the interior of the Ještě Jednu ice cream shop in Brno

Local practice Holky Rády Architekturu – meaning “girls who like architecture” in Czech – said it wanted to make the interior a “fun” environment using the building’s arched openings and ceilings as a starting point.

This motif is picked up throughout the shop in the form of sweeping

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