The design includes classical building elements, transformed in a modern way. Large glass surfaces in the south are shaded with an asymmetrical roof over the terrace and vertical lamellae that define the terrace area and create a feeling of divergence.
The feeling of elegance and moderation also provides a harmonious combination of dark roof, white facade and wooden elements. The canopy is designed simply and monumentally and acts as an unobtrusive extension of the house. With a thoughtful layout of the house and a canopy on the plot, we got a large garden on the south-west with an optimal orientation.
The main entrance is on the southwest side. Through the door, we enter the hall with a wardrobe. From the hallway, a separate staircase is led to the cellar. The anteroom is separated from the other rooms on the ground floor by a glass door. In the southeastern part of the ground floor, there is a large open space in which we arrange the kitchen, dining room and living room with a gallery. Dining room and living room open onto a large covered terrace. In the northwestern part of the ground floor, there is a guest room with a bathroom and a cabinet. The net floor area of the ground floor is 93,00 m2, while the external covered terrace measures 28,00 m2. Directly next to the house there is a canopy for two cars with a handy lawn.
The central area of the mansard is a gallery overlooking the living areas. In the gallery, we can arrange an ironing room or a children's playroom. The parents' bedroom has its own bathroom, accessed through the wardrobe. In the attic, there are two children's rooms and a large bathroom and a loggia. The net area of the mansard is 76.00 m2.