One-storey family house takes advantage of the inclined terrain with which it obtains a space intended for covered parking and technical and storage spaces. Nevertheless, all the main living areas are arranged only within one floor. It is designed in an L-shape, that is of the two volumes that are positioned perpendicular to one another. The wider and shorter volume encompasses a larger living room with kitchen and dining area, while in the narrow elongated volume, sleeping area with bedrooms and bathrooms is arranged. The extension of the living room opens up to an intimate outdoor terrace, which is partly covered. The facade is a combination of different materials in bright shades of colors that give the house a modern yet a subtle look.
|Architects||Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk, Samo Radinja, Nina Tešanović|
|Nett Building Area||220 m2|