Luxurious Pařížská Street and its squat
Josefov was a slum until the late 19th century. In the early 20th century, the character of the municipal district underwent extensive renewal. At that time, the Mikulášská třída came into being. The street got its name after the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas where the street begins. Since 1947, this elegant boulevard has born the name of the French capital and it is a showcase of the world´s prestigious brands of fashion, jewellery or other trendy goods.
The listed Art Nouveau house belonging to our company´s portfolio can be found at the prestigious address Pařížská 23. In close collaboration with the architect Jakub Žoha and based on architectural drawings elaborated by reputable specialists, PSN was in charge of the general reconstruction and brought the unique project SQUAT iD23 to life. The new interiors of each apartment are inspired by a personal story of each of their new residents.
The architectural and design experience provided by
Pařížská street can also be attributed to the precise work of renowned architects. The street showcases the attractive architectural styles, including Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque, often found in combination with the harmonic Art Nouveau decorations depicting flowers, leaves, and beautiful women. The house at Pařížská 23, where five residential units designed by five designers and interior architects co-exist with non-residential premises, is one of these gems of the Art Nouveau style.
As part of the SQUAT iD23 project, the Pařížská 23 apartments offered an experience of interior and design. They have become inspiring also thanks to the architects such as Radka Valová from the OOOOX Studio, Ivanka Kowalski, or the I.D.Arch design studio collaborating with designers from the SAD Studio or architect Lenka Míková and designer Monika Ciprová.