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CAMA

Address: Osadní 12a, Prague 7, +420 222 955 614, +420 222 951 483, www.cama.cz

If you want a brand new and original interior for your apartment or house and you are looking for experienced and professional architects, then don't hesitate to contact the CAMA architectural studio.

This studio, lead by architect David Chromík consists of a team of architects who boast many significant residential as well as commercial projects in the Czech Republic and also abroad. One of their latest successful designs is a beautiful interior of a show flat in the Palace Dlouhá residential project in the historic center of Prague, which is a proof that CAMA truly belongs among professional architectural studios. CAMA has long-term experience with interior design of family houses and apartments and is able to create a home exactly according to your expectations. The architects put emphasis in their work mainly on the concept and design of a particular project. Thanks to these attributes they succeed in designing projects which are timeless as well as functional. You can bet that they pay attention to every detail and will guide you through the whole process of the proposal - from the study to its implementation. CAMA offers services such as comparative studies, project documentations, supervision of the construction actualization, selection of suppliers of construction works, etc. and all that in foreign languages too. CAMA boasts an array of great projects - among the most prestigious projects is the above-mentioned interior design of the Palace Dlouhá residential project with its exceptional combination of historical elements and modern architecture. Other projects worth mentioning from CAMA include the interior of the Boscolo Hotel in Prague, the interior of the NH Olomouc Congress Hotel, the Vojtěšská Residence, the interior of the Tower Duplex Suite in Prague's King Court Hotel, interiors of luxurious hotels in Vienna and Budapest, villas for private clientele and the design interiors of the Salamander shoe shops.

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