Eva Jiricna Architects

Eva Jiricna Architects is an architecture and design practice with more than 30 years experience working across retail, residential, cultural and heritage projects in the UK, Czech Republic and more recently France, Monaco and New York.

Founded by Czech-born architect Eva Jiricna, their London portfolio includes the elegant transport interchange at Canada Water; a series of commissions and new jewellry gallery for the Victoria & Albert Museum and a new staircase at Somerset House. In the Czech Republic their work includes the Library building for Tomas Bata University and new cultural and administration centre in Zlin, The Orangery at Prague Castle, Hotel Josef in Prague’s Old Town and a refurbishment of a loft apartment within a 17th century town palace.

Caro Communications is currently working with the practice to promote forthcoming cultural and retail projects, and to enhance the practice’s collateral including website.

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Eva Jiricna Architects demonstrates the art of glass for historic jewellery brand

In the ever-evolving world of retail, it is unusual to see a prominent Bond Street brand that is still family-owned…

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