No Architects references owner's artworks in Prague maisonette

No Architects repeated rounded beveled corners, royal blue and numeric details throughout an apartment in Prague, which was informed by two contemporary paintings.

The apartment in the Czech capital’s Žižkov district, takes cues from the two modern artworks belonging to the owners – an unnamed piece by Vladimír Houdek and Cesta domů by Josef Bolf.

Vladimír Houdek’s painting is mounted on the wall beside the kitchen.

Houdek’s unnamed painting, featuring the number sixty-nine, is hung between the dining and kitchen areas.

The rectangular piece is displayed in portrait orientation and divided into four sections with a pair of reflected sixes and nines in a greyscale, gradiented typeface.

The bottom edge

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