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The importance of existing university campuses is changing.

The importance of existing university campuses is changing. They are no longer just closed and quiet areas, but part of life in the city. Dejvice Campus has been waiting a long time for its transformation. Hence we announced a tender for a conceptual study developer for the university campus based on a commission from the city leadership. The winner was the MCA studio led by Pavla Melková and Miroslav Cikán. Dejvice Campus is in an attractive location in the wider city center, incorporating quality architecture and lots of greenery. The conceptual study will focus on the overall revitalization of its public spaces to make them more attractive to both students and other people who come here to relax. Participation with local residents and institutions should take place in the spring of 2021. 

What should happen and why? What will change?

What should happen?

  • The overall quality, permeability and habitability of the public spaces for students, staff and the public should all improve.
  • The campus should be incorporated into the city around it
  • The attractiveness of the environment and support for the activities of individual higher education institutions and other institutions should improve
  • The site should be transformed into a living center of education and research, thus increasing its prestige and attractiveness.
  • Creation of a quiet zone in which students and citizens can relax
  • Preparation of a set of strategic follow-up steps and the gradual transformation of the campus into a sustainable and lively part of the city - both through architectural interventions and the administration and management of activities in the area
About the project

Project base points


Commencement: 2020
Completion: n/a

How much will it cost?


Who will do the work?


MCA ATELIER (concept)

the role of ipr prague

Organizer of the open tender and sponsor of the conceptual study


A conceptual study for the revitalization of public spaces

Contact details

If you have any queries: MgA. Viktória Mravčáková,

For the media: Mgr. Marek Vácha,, 723 444 291, press spokesperson