Formed as a solid form on the outside, the house reveals a functionally well –thought spatial layout that meets the needs of the four-member family for a comfortable and modern living. It is located on the outskirts of a small residential settlement in the otherwise fairly rural area. The house is designed as a single volume with a symmetrical gable roof, but the solid form breaks in certain sequences which create dynamic ambients both inside and outside the building.
The interior design is modern and sleek, dominated by bright colours. The rooms are divided into ground-floor living spaces that open onto an outdoor terrace and upper sleeping areas.
The façade is in contrasting colours - vertical fronts are cladded with wooden panelling, while the outer shell is in bright colours. The solid surfaces of the façades are interrupted with glazed openings and horizontal elements that cover the outdoor terrace and outside parking area.
|Architects||Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk, Nina Tešanović|
|Nett Building Area||195 m2|