The project is backed by P3 Logistic Parks, which entrusted the appearance of an exceptional location to Ostrava architect David Kotek from the architectural studio Projektstudio, who participated, for example, in the design of the Nová Karolina shopping center or the main check-in hall at Mošnov Airport.

"I think that more urban structure should be stopped, it should be rushing to the heights, because we are removing a lot of open landscape," Kotek explains. "Almost three arable football fields disappear every day."

Architect David Kotek (left) and Tomáš Míček from P3 Logistic Parks

According to Tomáš Míček, P3's managing director, the new district wants to build on the specific architecture of Ostrava, which in recent centuries has been influenced mainly by heavy industry.

"We want to bring business to new premises, which will be a dignified continuation of the location where Rothschild and his family founded an ironworks 170 years ago. At the same time, we want to do something that will honor this place for at least the next 100 years," says Tomáš Míček in the podcast.

Source: // Forbes