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House on Krk Island / DVA Arhitekta

© Robert Les
© Robert Les

Architects: DVA Arhitekta Location: Island of Krk, Croatia Design Team: Tomislav Curkovic, Zoran Zidaric Project Year: 2012 Photographs: Robert Les

© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les
© Robert Les

Project Area: 386 sqm Collaborators: Tomislav Burgund, Maja Tutavac Site Area: 800 sqm The client’s wish was to build a vacation home with a prospect of becoming a permanent one, on the island of Krk, the northern part of Adriatic.

The site is located next to the sea, with the green zone and a promenade dividing it from the sea.

© Robert Les
© Robert Les

All important facilities are oriented towards the seaview, and space is organized to be used comfortably by three families (parents and two children with their families) at the same time.

© Robert Les
© Robert Les

Base of the house comprises sleeping area, with direct acess to the pool area. Living area is on the top, with its own outside spaces due to the terrain configuration; gaining the best of view.

© Robert Les
© Robert Les

Outside spaces vary in character, from completely open terrace to semi and completely covered one, and atrium onto which rooms that are in the ground reflect; all of which allow different happenings at the same time, without the crowdy feeling.

© Robert Les
© Robert Les

First Floor Plan 01
First Floor Plan 01
Cite:Fabian Cifuentes. "House on Krk Island / DVA Arhitekta" 26 Sep 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/275461/house-on-the-island-of-krk-dva-arhitekta/>