Czech Republic-based A.M.O.S. DESIGN recently has completed the interior project for University Campus Brno located in Czech republic, Europe.
+ Project description courtesy of A.M.O.S. DESIGN
Masaryk University Campus is the largest project of its kind in the Czech Republic.
The project was set up in 2000 and the construction of the first part of the campus was completed in 2005. Currently the last parts of this imposing high-tech building are near to completion.
The detail park and office park form an integral part of the campus which will comprise also sporting, scientific and research facilities as well as residential premises in the near future.
The essential design concept for the campus is based on a clear spatial layout connecting science and technology with contemporary architecture. It is an excellent example of successful architectural design for the whole area including transport accessibility taking into consideration the nearby highway.
The interiors can boast a wide range of modern materials, among other things several significant corian applications. They include especially counters of help and front desks in individual buildings.
The desks were designed by A PLUS and made by A.M.O.S. DESIGN that specializes in using this material in public buildings.