The architectural design of the whole project by the CMC architects and Chybík + Krištof studio combines the meticulous renovation of historical buildings with a new concept of residential development. It respects this historical site dating back to the era of the Czech industrial boom as well as its genius loci and links it to a modern lifestyle. The tradition of social, cultural and sporting events is very much alive here, and therefore it will become a place for community activities in the spirit of the gatherings in the brewery garden of the past. References to the famous brewery history of beer makers, barrel makers and other crafts are present at every turn. Free of noise and traffic, it emits a feeling of peace and security.


Boasting a rich history, the Nusle Brewery grounds represent an important, listed complex of industrial architecture. The Baroque core of the brewery building, together with surrounding structures and cellar premises, as well as the boiler room chimney and the brewery gate are protected as a cultural heritage site. In the 19th century it was still the largest industrial brewery in Central Europe.

The neighbouring area is associated with famous cobblers’ fairs. The Nusle Brewery appears in the script of Tyl and Škroupa´s play Fidlovačka, where a group of singing brewers walked to the fair from the Nusle Brewery. Incidentally, the song "Where My Home Is", later to become the national anthem, also came from this play.


Since phasing out beer production in the 1960s, when the brewery lost its original function, the site has gradually dilapidated. The revitalization of the area will significantly improve the overall environment of this central part of Nusle. The new residential development in the northern part directly adjoins classic urban buildings of the Vinohrady Quarter. The reconstruction of the southern part also includes a new footbridge over the Botič Stream. It will connect Křesomyslova Street with a new shopping arcade in the reconstructed brewery building, which will bring opportunities for shops and services. Organic movement in public space will support the restoration of defunct streets and passages.