Text description provided by the architects. House RE was very much affected by the demanding local conditions that represented a major challenge for the designing team. Main concept is the ever-changing volume of inner space that is strongly influenced by the surrounding area’s diversity. The boldly designed facade is a combination of dark color shades and natural larch wood’s textures.
Open floor design meets the needs of this young family’s modern life and ensures comfort and quality. Living room overlooks the forest through the paneled glass wall that encloses the external roofed atrium which provides a direct contact to its natural surroundings. Children’s rooms are located in the attic while the main bedroom is located in the south part of the ground floor level with a necessary degree of privacy for the parents. The basement is attended for parking and technical areas.