Bořek Šípek

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Bořek Šípek (2014)
Arzenal, Bořek Šípek's shop in Prague.

Bořek Šípek (born 1949) is a prominent Czech architect and designer. Born in Prague, Bořek Šípek is renowned for his individual, unusual, colorful and rich style. He experiments with unexpected and often opulent shapes.

Bořek Šípek is said to be the father of “neo-baroque”. His architectural works and other designs are know worldwide, and he retains offices in Amsterdam, Prague and Shanghai.

He was the architect of Prague Castle under the presidency of Václav Havel.

Bořek Šípek is knight of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

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