TEREZA SMOLOVÁ, *1.11.1993, Třebíč, Česká republika
As a student I have a long-term interest in sustainable architecture. This began when I was at high school of civil engineering and traveled to Spain for few weeks to deepen the knowledge about Low-energy and passive houses construction of buildings in terms of thermal technology. Later on university I was on a educational stay in Denmark for one semester where sustainability is essential there.
I like architecture, that is not only aesthetic but also functional, including organism-like structure. Thanks to my intuition and perfectionism I am good in solving complicated details and conflicts in the design.
Since February 2015 I work as an intern in Jan Hanousek architects. This position provides an opportunity for me to work on a variety of projects. I also participated in competitions and contests on and off the school and work environment. I find this to be a good way to learn how to react quickly and have fun together.
I enjoy expresive art, chilled music, simple things and while traveling I focus on experiencing rather than “blind” sightseeing.
|2017-2019||Architecture of building construction, BUT Brno (Ing. arch.) – masters|
|2018||Porto Academy, summer school – Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, Portugal|
|2017||Henning Larsen architects, Munich|
|2015-2018||Jan Hanousek architekti, Brno|
|2015||VIA University college Horsens, Denmark|
|2013-2017||Architecture of building construction, BUT Brno (Bc.) – bachelor|
|2013||Interior studio Bellidis, Třebíč|
|2012||La Escuela Taller Martos IX – Low-energy and passive houses – construction of buildings in terms of thermal technology, Martos (Jeán), Spain|
|2009-2013||Secondary school of civil engineering Trebic, Třebíč|
|2016||CAW Award – Multipurpose hall, Prague|
|2014||CAWAward – Restaurant with boat rent, Brno|
|2012||Stavba Vysočiny Polyfunkční dům Náměšť nad Oslavou – 1. místo + cena veřejnosti (1st place price + voted by public)|
czech – mother language
german – basic