Petr Lešek, © Projektil architekti, Photographer: Dušan Tománek

Petr Lešek

Projektil architekti
Architect, ADC Expert

13 Malátova | 15000 Praha 5
Czech Republic
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Founding member and partner of Projektil architekti, an architectural practice that has designed a number of award-winning public and private buildings and spaces in the Czech Republic. Among others, the National Technical Library in Prague, the Study and Research Library in Hradec Králové, the Centre for Ecological Activities “Sluňákov” in Olomouc, the Embankment in Kadan, the revitalization of the centre of the Prague - Slivenec district, the “Klášterní zahrady” park in Chrudim, the YSoft headquarters in Brno and the Community Centre in Mnichovo Hradiště. They are exploring teamwork with the involvement of engineers, designers and artists. They pay attention to the economy and usability of buildings and spaces.
Since 2009, he has been a member of the Czech Chamber of Architects. He has been a member of the CCA Competitions WG since 2011 and Chairman of the CCA Sustainability WG since 2021. He has consulted on a number of architectural competitions, organizes annual meetings to evaluate competitions, writes articles promoting competitions and has been a juror in a number of competitions in the Czech Republic and abroad. On behalf of the CCA he is involved in Architecture Policy and Public Procurement. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the CCA in 2011-14 and again from 2020. In 2014, he was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the CCA and since 2021 he has been the 1st Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors.
At the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University he prepared a doctoral thesis on municipal architects of small and medium-sized towns in the Czech Republic. On the topic of municipal architects, he co-organises a conference “Pojďme dělat mesto”. He is involved in architecture education during the Days of Architecture in the town of Písek, workshops at primary schools and addressing political parties. He was a member of the town of Písek Development Commission and the Prague 10 district Development Commission.