Take a look at our realized projects so you can have a clear idea about our custom-made work.

You can either be inspired or you can confide in us – in DURO design we will always figure out the best solution for your project.

Café Typika – Praha Nusle

Architect: KOGAA

Realization: 2018

In 2018 we participated in realization of Café Typika in Prague, Nusle. We were assigned to create design furniture made of metal. Our multifunctional shelves are created in minimalistic style and black design. There was a danger that some technical details would be treacherous and could spoil the elegant interior – so we came up with the solution of invisible anchoring of the shelves. By the same way we hid the electric cable for lights. Very distinctive is also curved pipe on the ceiling, which copies the shape of the bar and is supposed to carry lights. The white table legs of the original table, which you can see right after entering the café, are complemented by white delicate shelves that are attached all over the wall and their purpose is to present variety of served coffee.


photo: Lucie Čapková

A flat – Čápek Street, Brno

Architect: Petr Kalivoda

Realization: 2016

We made several design metal components and larger structures for purposes of this modern flat. Given the atypical specifications of the flat we had to project our products as made-to-measure ones. Cupboards over the kitchen unit are basically one complex artefact with sliding doors which is in contrast with kitchen unit that is made of veneer plywood. Built-in cupboards are in fact a metal construction, so it gives the impression of lightness and easiness.


photo: Martin Zeman

Open space offices Rozmarýn

Architects: KOGAA

Realization: 2017

The goal of this project was to separate social facilities from working space. 14 metres long and 3 metres tall industrial element created cosy secluded places with rest zones and refreshment zones. It covers the entrance to toilets, it sweetens the view from the opposite offices and thanks to flower boxes, its lively element, it refreshes the space, whose it is a dominant feature.


photo: Lukáš Pelech