Happy
living
philosophy
from Kunc
Architects
Studio
„A house should
resemble
a place, where
you’d like
to spend a good
vacation"
Houses
which become
a Home

Years ago, architect Michal Kunc trained as a carpenter. He worked with wood, travelled, explored the world and dreamed of architecture which can help change people’s lives. After training in Eva Jiřičná’s studio, he began to design family houses. Every one unique, just like its inhabitants.

„A house should
resemble
a place, where
you’d like
to spend a good
vacation"

Today, it’s a lot of houses. Dozens of personal stories, emotions, expectations... joy and happiness. Here begins the path to a comprehensive house concept, which Michal calls “a house which is a Home“.

“A home is not necessarily a place; a home is also thinking and memory and rage and joy and love ad anger; basically everything that’s inside us. We’re caught there, wherever we are.“

Happy
living
philosophy
from Kunc
Architects
Studio

Michal Kunc’s texts and deliberations
on designing houses and working with clients:

About the happy living concept
Living like on a good vacation
We design living, not architecture
How to build a beautiful small house in a city
An apartment which offers beautiful living
Living in a box in the garden

Houses,
which become
a Home

The path from architecture to happiness. And back.
From Kunc Architects Studio

Beginning of the story | Years ago, architect Michal Kunc trained as a carpenter. He worked with wood, travelled, explored the world and dreamed of architecture which can help change people’s lives. After training in Eva Jiřičná’s studio, he began to design family houses. Every one unique, just like its inhabitants. Today, it’s a lot of houses. Dozens of personal stories, emotions, expectations... joy and happiness. Here begins the path to a comprehensive house concept, which Michal calls “a house which is a Home“. Read full text.