“The architectural design of the Vrchy Apartment Building was created in the Acrea studio in Bratislava. They have known us personally at the golf resort in Ostravice for years. In the area, we designed and implemented the Cattaleya Resort project in the nearby village of Čeladná.
The apartment house is designed to accommodate apartment owners. The building consists of an underground floor, in which there is an underground garage for 19 cars. LPG and CNG cars are not allowed. Electric cars are allowed. In front of the main entrance there are four parking slots, two of which are designed for immobile people. On the 1st floor there is a reception, a storehouse of golf equipment for visitors, technical facilities and two apartments with a facade, which is no longer underground, but in the garden. Accommodation units are located on the other floors. All floors are accessible by stairs and lift. The entrance to the land is outlined by the area in front of the main entrance, which is adjacent to the road. Another entrance to the land is possible from the moving sidewalk that lines the land from the east side. The concept of the building responds to the slope of the terrain and with its silhouette and material solution it fits into the existing development. With its means of expression, the architecture of the Vrchy apartment building communicates sensitively with the surroundings, underlines the genius loci and respects the landscape. The apartments have large terraces oriented to beautiful views of the natural scenery of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy.
The material design is based on natural materials such as wood and stone, which are combined with large glazed areas.“
Author of the architectural design: Ing. Michal Pasiar, PhD.