Brno City Chief Architect‘s Office

The Brno City Chief Architect‘s Office (KAM) is the main conceptual workplace of Brno in the field of architecture, urban planning and city design. We work on a new land-use plan, we design urban and transport studies, we prepare architectural and urban competitions, we participate in the creation of cultivated streets, squares and parks. At the same time, we strive to involve the general public in issues related to the city’s development. KAM’s task is to positively influence the development of Brno for future generations.

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Winning Design Chosen For New Brno Main Train Station

Winning Design Chosen For New Brno Main Train Station

26. 7. 2021

The Brno City Architect’s Office has announced the winner of an international competition to select a design for the proposed new Brno international train station, to be built in the Trnitá district on the banks of the River Svratka, a few hundred metres to the south of the existing main station. The winning design was submitted by Dutch architect’s studio Benthem Crouwel, and chosen by an expert jury from 46 entries. The completion of the project is currently estimated for between 2032 and 2035, according to Mojmír Nejezchleb, Deputy General Director for Railway Modernization at the Czech Railway Administration.

Proposal For New Zoning Plan Available For Public View Via Online Exhibition

Proposal For New Zoning Plan Available For Public View Via Online Exhibition

9. 4. 2021

The Brno City Architect’s Office (KAM) has made the proposed zoning plan for Brno available as an online exhibition, to allow the public the opportunity to participate in the project. The current zoning plan has been in place since 1994 and is the oldest in the Czech Republic. The new zoning plan will be completed by the end of 2022.

Finalists chosen for Brno train station project – the biggest Czech architectural competition yet

Finalists chosen for Brno train station project – the biggest Czech architectural competition yet

22. 3. 2021

The biggest architectural competition in modern Czech history has advanced to the final stage. The Brno City Council this week chose four teams that will vie to design a new main train station for the Moravian capital. For this last leg of the competition, the city is preparing a detailed 3-D model of the transport hub.