Palác Dlouhá is located on the corner of Dlouhá and Hradební streets, a strategic location just a few minutes' walk from Old Town Square. You are at the heart of the city, and yet somewhere calm and noble. The seven-story palace thus offers, in addition to commercial space, some 46 apartments and 15 ateliers ranging in size from 53 m² (ideal for a one-bedroom flat), to a generous 280 m², with the potential for a five-bedroom apartment. Most of the units on the upper floors have both terraces and classic balconies. The higher floors also have a view over the roofs of the neighbouring houses to Prague Castle. Naturally, there is also a manned reception and a closed circuit television system for additional security. Combining the building’s valuable historical features with the needs of modern living and clients’ demands was the aim with which we approached the renovation of Palác Dlouhá. The use of shell &core finishes provided. The interiors of the building have undergone a complete redevelopment, in which everything has been changed except for the walls that are subject to heritage protection. Using the newest materials, the facade and roof have been returned to their splendour of eighty years ago. The entrance to the building serves as a good example of the sensitive way in which architects have balanced the demands of modern requirements and historical preservation. The wooden handrails on the staircase bannisters are original, the windows have been completely renovated, and the unique skylights in the arcade are also original. Something that is entirely new, on the other hand, is the atypical indirect lighting and the cladding of the pillars in natural stone.
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