Cyberdog is a project by the famous artist and sculptor David Černý based on the progressive ideas of the 21st century. It is a technological-informartion centre including wine bar with robotically operated service. Project was opened at the start of December 2018.
The creative architectural design comes out of the art studio Black n’Arch of the Trigema Group led by the artish David Černý. The shape of the two-floor building resembles a dog‘s head and body, and the material that of a space ship. Every detail of Cyberdog’s interior has been carefully designed. For example Philippe Starck designed the Masters chairs for Kartell as a tribute to the three icons of contemporary design. Their shapes reveal the intertwined silhouettes of Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chairs, Ero Saarinen’s Tulip armchairs and Charles Eamese’s Eiffel chairs. The robotic hand Kuka Robotics can pour wine to your wishes. All refreshments, including hot food, are brought to your table by our galactic trolleys. The whole system can be easily controlled via a phone app.
The Centre was open in the autumn of 2018. Cyberdog, the nearby Trifot sculpture and the entire renovation of the pedestrian zone were financed by the investor – the Trigema Group.
The Black n´Arch is design and architectural studio, which is headed by artist David Černý and architect Tomáš Císař. The studio intends to introduce new elements into contemporary architecture, which will distinguish the planned building and complexes. It bases its ideas on invention, which is not matter of course for many existing studios and also on suffivient professional experiences thanks to work on a number of other projects in the Czech Republic and abroad.
The Black n´ Arch studio, which has a team of cca 15 specialists, assures primary activities for the Trigema Concern. However, it also offers its services to other subjects in the Czech republic and elsewhere in the world.