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Family House In Kunratice / Aulík Fišer Architects

  • Architects: Aulík Fišer Architects
  • Location: Kunratice, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Interior Design Collaboration: Ing. arch. Markéta Aulíková
  • Floor Area: 230 sqm, technical facility and garage
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: Andrea Thiel Lhotáková

© Andrea Thiel Lhotáková © Andrea Thiel Lhotáková © Andrea Thiel Lhotáková © Andrea Thiel Lhotáková

From the architect. This plot‘s main value that influenced the concept of this two-storied house with a cellar below a part of it is its direct link to Kunratický les (forest). The main living quarters, the viewing centreline passing through the entire ground floor and the two-storied vertical space are opened towards the forest. The house was designed as a relatively small one respecting the overall suitability, for one part of glazing transforms into a roof here. Yet it is sufficient enough to see the selected strip of the garden, forest and sky as a whole, in one vertical format.

© Andrea Thiel Lhotáková
© Andrea Thiel Lhotáková
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