PHOTOS: See the Prague of Tomorrow… Today!

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Prague will be undergoing some extensive changes in upcoming years, and a new exhibition at the CAMP Institute at Karlovo náměstí has revealed some of the first images of what’s in store to the public.

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Through May 4, an exhibition presented by Prague’s Institute of Planning and Development (IPR Praha) is showcasing more than 60 projects that will shape the future face of Prague.

Those include a planned floating pool on the Vltava river (which we previously wrote about here), the revitalization of Malostranské náměstí, reconstruction of Prague Congress Center, and a new apartment building with a sculpture by Czech artist David Černý.

And much, much more.

The CAMP Institute is located inside the Emmaus Monastery Complex at Vyšehradská 51, Prague 2, and open daily from 9:00 – 21:00.

Entry to the exhibit (and all other architectural CAMP exhibits) is free of charge. More info at the CAMP website.

Here are some of the highlights:

Floating pool on the Vltava, expected to be completed in early 2019:

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A floating WC (yes, really) at Rašínovo nábřeží:

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An apartment building in Karlín with giant sculptures by by David Černý:

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Updates to Prague Congress Center due by 2021:

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Albertov Campaign Project scheduled for 2022:

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The 120 million crown revitalization of Malostranské náměstí is due to be completed by 2020:

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Extensive updates to the neighborhood around Smíchovského nádraží for 13-15 billion crowns, planned for 2032-37:

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Reconstruction of a former dairy factory in Smíchov Business Park:

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A new ship terminal on the Vltava, currently under construction and due by 2019:

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Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee

The versatile Danny Lee has been living in Prague and writing about the Czech capital for the past 15 years. You've probably read his work in the past without even knowing it.
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The versatile Danny Lee has been living in Prague and writing about the Czech capital for the past 15 years. You've probably read his work in the past without even knowing it.