interior design of single family house
The clients dream was a house on a slope with a picturesque view of the forest and to make the height of the rooms on the first floor to maximum. Therfore, the concept of a multi-gabled house, which made it possible to create as many viewing axes towards the landscape park and to increase the height of the rooms up to the roof ridge.
A steep slope of the plot separates the private part of the garden from the street, creating a calm green zone overlooking the Tri-City Park. By using natural, noble materials such as brick, the building tries to complement the surroundings.
The front elevation was designed in the form of two one-story, parallel blocks (garage on the west side and kitchen on the east side) with a off-white plastered facade with additions of dark gray hpl panels. Two lower extended parts with a gable roof are intersected by the higher one, covered with light gray-beige brick. Thanks to this arrangement, the entrance to the building in the central part of the front façade is naturally accentuated.
The interiors of the house are kept in a calm and elegant style. The arrangement of the rooms on the ground floor allowed to create semi-open meeting spaces for the family. By placing the staircase, toilet and functional furniture in the central point of the ground floor projection, it was possible to arrange the main rooms on an open plan around this core. The investors wanted the living room not to have a direct view at the kitchen and that the entrance area to the building was visually separated from the living area. These rooms are shifted relative to each other so that they are cozy and semi-open.
The living room is open to two floors. From the mezzanine above the living room there is a beautiful view of the surrounding forest and the garden.
The house was built on a demanding plot with a slope to optimally fit into the landscape views and sunlight conditions.
This individual house design with obtaining a permit and the interior design of the house together with studio constant supervision gave the opportunity to fully control the main concept and details.
Individualism, natural materials, timeless design, functionality, architectural consistency faced with the temptation of easy decorating, as well as sincerity and design cohesion – these are the universal principles that we follow both in designing houses and interiors.