Address: Národní 416/37, Praha 1, +420 702 024 060, www.dombkova.cz
I.D. Arch is led by Ing. arch. Ivana Dombkova, a well known talented architect who graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology.
Since 1992 Ivana Dombkova has dealt with complex architecture studies, building & construction projects, interior design projects and her own interior implementations. At I.D. Arch Dombkova works alongside Rosťa Černík. These two creative talents enjoy architecture, design, wine and kind people – they strive for the largest possible degree of understanding of their clients / projects, which is reached through communication and discovering. From this it is of interest to note that this magic architectural duo is proud to call many of their former clients best friends. I.D. Arch strives for cognizance and knowledge in their work, and try to employ such values as creative freedom, space and time. The aim of this duo is to understand the client’s assignment and to come up with an intelligent and well-thought-out solution in the form of a modern and functional living space. I.D. Arch offers their complex architectural services to clients for both residential and commercial spaces, including houses, apartments, offices, public spaces, spas, restaurants, etc. - but their real passion is to build and/or renovate existing structures, creating solid pieces of architectural works. They are happy to renovate older structures as well as create buildings and interiors from scratch. Their innovative work ranges from luxurious apartments in Prague to lovely farmhouses in the country (with attractive modern twists). If you are searching for talented architects to help you renovate your existing apartment, house, office, or restaurant, or you are simply searching for a team to help you invent your dream space, contact I.D. Arch today. As they approach their work humbly, sensitively and responsibly, you can bet that a cooperation with I.D. Arch will result in wise and exciting architectural solutions and implementations.
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