来自捷克事务所Hut Architektury Martin Rajnis的分享。
Jára Cimrman是一个虚构的捷克民族巨人。他擅长多种角色 – 发明家，科学家，剧作家，诗人，作曲家，艺术家，教师，旅行家，哲学家，侦探，数学家，飞行员，运动员和牙医。你很难发现一个领域是他没有产生过重要影响的。
Jára da Cimrman的灯塔和博物馆建立在Aleš Voverka给予的资助之上。他们补充了Jizera山Píchovice之下的南坡上的U Čápa建筑物。观光塔和博物馆应该在夏天为宾馆带来更多的游客。投资者一直想要用他们自己的资源（无补贴）来建立一个很美好而且很有用的这么一处地方。他们最关心的是这里特殊而美丽的景观框架；他们建起牧场和小路，精心安排行道树，并且建立了一个观光塔。Cimrman’s Times博物馆几乎难以被看见。它完全嵌入土坡而且被一面石墙覆盖着。这面石墙和别的墙体自然地连到一起，沿着等高线交叉穿过基地。可以说这是当地典型的横向元素。建筑的审美概念是基于横向墙体与灯塔的竖向木结构之间的对比。石头是直接从采石场挖来的，而木头来自Jizera山（花旗松做框架，橡木做楼梯）。参观者通过石墙上的一个洞进入博物馆，接着经过从博物馆正中心升起的螺旋楼梯，上到灯塔18米高的观景台。灯塔顶部设置了一些典型功能，例如画廊，桅杆，旗杆，和分段玻璃。它还包括了一个印有风景介绍的全景板。
Jára Cimrman is a fictitious Czech national giant. He excelled in many roles – as an inventor, scientist, playwright, poet, composer, artist, teacher, traveler, philosopher, detective, mathematician, pilot, sportsman and dentist.
In his case, you can hardly find a profession that he has not made a radical contribution to.
He was born in the end of the 19th century and his footprint disappeared after the First World War.
In the 2005 he became the winner of the TV competition The Greatest Czech, but he was disqualified, due to his non-existence. This decision of the competition organizers – the Czech Television – led to a huge outrage over the whole population.
Jára da Cimrman’s Lighthouse and Museum were built on an impetus from Aleš Voverka. They complement the U Čápa establishment on the southern slope below Příchovice in the Jizera Mountains. The viewing tower and the museum should increase the rates of visitors to the guesthouse in summer. The investors have been trying to build a nice and well- functioning place with their own resources (no subsidies). The exceptional landscape framework is close to their hearts; they build pastures and footpaths, take care of tree lines, and have built a viewing tower. The Museum of Cimrman’s Times is virtually invisible. It is completely embedded in the slope and covered with a stone wall, which smoothly connects to the other walls criss- crossing the site along the contour lines. You could say this is a horizontal element typical of the area.
The aesthetic concept of the structure is based on the contrast between the horizontal walls and the verticality embodied by the wooden Beacon structure. The stone was mined directly on the excavation site, the wood originates from the Jizera Mountains (Douglas fir for framework, oak for stairs).
Visitors enter the museum via a hole in the stone wall and continue up the spiral staircase, rising from the very centre of the museum, to the viewing platform of the beacon 18 m high up. The top of the beacon is fitted with the typical attributes such as a gallery, a mast, a flagstaff, and segmented glazing. It contains a panorama board with descriptions of the views.
Top of the lighthouse +25,6m
Eyes of visitors +19,8m
Diameter of the lighthouse 4,7m
Gross floor area of the museum 162m2
Location: Příchovice, Pension u Čápa, Czech republic
Project: Huť Architektury Martin Rajniš – Martin Rajniš, David Kubík
Investor: Aleš Voverka, Pension u Čápa, Příchovice
Contractor: NAGA – Václav Horecký
photographers: Radka Ciglerova & Andrea Thiel Lhotakova & Josef Pour