Family House In Myslin / Aulík Fišer Architects

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Architects: Aulík Fišer Architects – Jakub Fišer, Simona Fišerová
Location: Myšlín, ,
Cooperative Civil Engineer: Ing. Luboš Krnáč
Completion: 2009
Built-up Area: 235 sqm
Photographs: Radek Plíhal, Jakub Fišer

Courtesy of Aulík Fišer Architects

The main theme is as best coalescence of the house with the surroundings as possible, preservation of the character of the local development while maintaining an incomparably larger construction program – a contemporary family house providing a standard BOH compared with the local cabins undoubtedly does meet this requirement. The land slopes downwards from the access road. As it faces south, it was possible to hide a part of the house below the ground and thus control its volumetric effect within the above-mentioned context. Also the fact that the free façade areas are limited positively affects the energy consumption.

Cite: "Family House In Myslin / Aulík Fišer Architects" 05 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 02 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=210355>
  • http://www.DesignPOV.com Scott Sowers

    Looks kind of bunkerish from the outside but surprisingly light and airy on the inside.