House G

A large building plot measuring 1842 m2 has access to a public road and a pleasant position with a view to the valley. The house has two floors.

Through the main entrance from the north side, we enter the hall with a partially separated wardrobe. In the hall, there is entrance to the sanitary facilities and utility and access to the staircase. On the south side of the building are bright and spacious living rooms with a large covered terrace. Above the living room with fireplace is a gallery that creates a wonderful vertical connection to the upper floor and bedrooms. There is also a guest room on the ground floor. The net floor area is 121 m2 and the outer terrace measures 42 m2.

In the open part of the attic, the common area is dedicated to the home office or children's play. In the central part there is also a large bathroom with shower and bath tub. The bedroom in the western part of the mansard has a walk-in wardrobe. Two large children's rooms are oriented east.

The net area of the mansard is 109 m2. The layout of a single-family house combines a monumentally-designed mansard area surrounded by a graphite grey coating of a single-layered facade and a basement with large glass surfaces in the south. The common denominator of both parts is thoughtfully arranged wooden elements that make sense of the modern design of the building with its surroundings.

Wooden moving panels are used for additional shading of the terrace while staying on it. On the east side of the building, there is a shelter for two cars in combination with a curved wood chip intended for the boiler. The roof is wooden pergola and coincides with the visual image of the main building.