Home design is completed designed by the architect studio pha. This family house which is located in Všeradice, Czech Republic is covers area for about 209 square meters and this new living space is progressed in 2011.
Which also place a limit on the building’s height level, the house sharp southward slope and its limited access with the complicated is marking the plot of the land, while on the land are several notable mature trees.
The proportions of the traditional vernacular rural building without inhabited attic spaces are inspired this home design, in example without a need to insert windows into the roof surface. The living area which is designed without any rib bands, only with the aid of the steel beams, is located above the bedroom section. It is using the interior space of the entire attic. Like wish, the house slope is used for dividing the house into two parts: a firm stone plinth which is underlying the lighter wooden section with a peaked roof at a pitch of 45°. Which also following the slope of the ground, both of the sections are shifted against each other.
Home Design Architecture
To ensure that the complicated access from the main road does not require the extensive landscaping modifications, this home architecture design is placed on a lengthwise axis, running parallel with the contour lines.
The wooden section of this family house is covered with the vertical-positioned cedar boards. Surrounded by the cedar, the windows are entirely framed in wood. The sharply peaked roof is covered in copper sheeting. This is freely set stone flagging with the wide gaps; the solid exterior surfaces are of solid wood, smooth or sanded concrete. The supporting reinforced-concrete wall and part by the masonry is shaping the semi-cellar area which is containing the rooms. From the exterior, the walls are clad with coarse-cut slate.
Architects: studio pha
Location: Všeradice, Czech Republic
Authors: Marek Deyl, Jan Šesták, Petra Kratochvílová
Contractor: Soe Real, s.r.o
Project area: 209 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: Filip Šlapal