Home at the end of the city
The intersecting cuboids separate the horizontally framed block into spaces for different purposes. The visually separated components made the creation of an atrium possible, meanwhile creating a playful optical illusion on the main façade by highlighting the cornice and the wall on the right. In contrast with the dominance of the white plastered surfaces the façade is covered with dark fiber cement cladding, while the interior features concrete tiles and wooden surfaces.
Beside the clarity of the interior surfaces, the most conspicuous is the pursuit of coziness and transparency. Entering through the portal situated in the middle of the north façade, through the atrium, you will see a woodland bordering the site from the south, to the right of which the common areas (kitchen, living room, study) and to the left, through a harmonious L-shaped corridor, the bedrooms can be reached. The reasonably connected sequence of spaces is joined to the garage, jacuzzi and gym in the basement by a glass-railed staircase.
The half-hidden doors and windows on all sides of the building (especially the almost unobtrusive skylight above the stairs) enclose the building in an exceptionally exciting play of light. The central idea of the building – experiencing the tranquillity and the timeless, permanent changing of nature – is conveyed in the most poetic way, besides the clear glass wall of the living room with a forest view, by the atrium with its glass walls on three sides. The tree standing here is partially invites the forest into the living space.