- Architects: ADR s.r.o.
- Location: Malá Úpa, Czech Republic
- Lead Architects: Petr Kolář, Aleš Lapka
- Project Year: 2016
- Photographs: BoysPlayNice
Černá Voda, a small mountain hotel, is located subsequent to the “previous” ski run close to the Pomezní Boudy border checkpoint within the Krkonoše mountains.
The unique decrease ski-lift station was once changed with a brand new picket construction at the confluence of Kolben and Černá Voda streams, the latter of which the chalet is called after. The proprietor’s want was once to have a small construction to function a hotel for momentary visitors of the landlord of the within sight Tereza mountain chalet.
The mountain hotel is a picket construction of roughly 5.3 x 5.6 m, with an adjoining metal construction terrace of roughly 5.3 x 2.5 m. The hotel has a hallway, front room with kitchen amenities, rest room and a bathroom. The sound asleep area spans the higher degree of part of the lounge and the vestibule, and is available by means of a staircase from the lounge. The front room has an open ceiling with uncovered rafters; the sound asleep area is underneath protecting netting.
The mountain hotel is wedged right into a steep north-east going through slope of Pomezní hřeben, proper subsequent to a circulation. The foundations are concrete piers, and the above-ground construction is product of wooden. The roof and the facet façade is blackened aluminium sheet steel, whilst the gable partitions are clad with blackened wooden. The mountain hotel stands on my own on a mountain meadow, clear of the village of Horní Malá Úpa; it’s surrounded through grown timber and shrubs which line the Kolben circulation. The massive nook window presents a lovely view of the Malá Úpa river and the encircling panorama, underneath the dominant Sněžka top, the perfect mountain within the Czech Republic.