Trojanovice is a village in the Moravian-Silesian Region near the southeastern border with Slovakia. The cadastre of the village has an area of 35.6 km², with two thirds of the area covered by the forests of the PLA Beskydy. In 1898, the chapel of St. Cyril and Methodius. In 1940, a chairlift from Ráztoka to Pustevny was put into operation, the first of its kind in the world. The village has persistently protested efforts to renew plans to mine coal in a nearby deposit. The municipality of Trojanovice belongs to progressive municipalities that already have a lot of experience with the successful implementation of ecologically and economically sustainable projects. For a long time, the village has managed to cultivate public space through quality architecture, sensitively dimensioned for rural space.
Degree of urbanization
population of 2700
Multifunctional house Hruška
The task was to rebuild and expand the municipal building for the Czech food chain Hruška and also for services, and at the same time to create a new identity of the place for shopping and the needs of citizens. During the reconstruction of the historic building, craftsmen discovered the sign Restaurant, which we preserved and is part of the entrance hall. The extension is realized in a combination of concrete constructions and glass surfaces. An optical connection of services and the central part of Trojanovice is proposed. Parents can thus monitor children in front of school directly from the grocery store. With the help of two longitudinal dormers and the original openings in the gables of the house, the attic space on the first floor is illuminated. Here are the services, six rentable offices, which were already fully occupied after the construction was completed.
Senior transportation and transportation for people with disabilities
The service operates from Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Prices are subsidized. Transport for citizens of Trojanovice is subsidized from the budget of Trojanovice. The services can also be used by others who do not meet the subsidy conditions at a non-subsidized price. Citizens can use the service when visiting a doctor, offices, a cemetery, making purchases or making a friendly visit. Decisive for the application of the subsidized price is only proof with the "Senior transport and transport for persons with disabilities" card. The pass entitles the person to transport a person with a possible escort up to 6 times per month at the price of a subsidized fare.
The CÉRKA project
The Trojanovices are currently faced with the biggest challenge in history, the revitalization of the 25-hectare area of the disused Frenštát coal mine and related buildings - the Lubina water reservoir and the former Píšova dolina dump. The CÉRKA project aims to transform a long-term publicly inaccessible zone in the property of a state-owned enterprise into an open, lively place that will become a good address for work, living and leisure. The unique location of the CÉRKA site at the foot of the Beskydy Mountains in the protected area predetermines the future character of the site, where nature plays a major role. In accordance with the principles of the Smart Countryside, it is not only about the application of modern technologies, sustainable construction within the parameters of the EU Taxonomy, sustainable mobility or community energy. The uniqueness of the chosen method of brownfield revitalization lies in a comprehensive solution, in the application of ecologically and economically sustainable approaches and in a smart combination of functions in one place (civic and community facilities, commercial, educational, residential and leisure). All this in the specific environment of a small rural village. The creation of a model Living Lab "Living Lab" of innovative technologies and approaches can be an inspiration for the development of other rural municipalities.