Household Home Pernek / Studeny architects
Textual content description supplied by the architects. The project of the mission was a household home on a sloppy plot of land on the outskirts of the village of Pernek, western Slovakia. The positioning is positioned within the pure environment of the Small Carpathians mountains.
Our intention was to make a easy, undemanding home that makes use of the terrain of the plot and blends in with the atmosphere. Present housing with the best attainable reference to the encircling nature. We positioned the home on the slope beneath the street to permit its residents to look at the character of the alternative forest and thus freed up the flat a part of the plot for the backyard.
The development of the home is a concrete shell (with out inside helps), made from monolithic concrete, which is admitted within the inside. The one facade of the home is a glass wall within the south course, by which it communicates with its environment. The opposite areas of the home are grassed and mix in with the terrain.
We designed the ground plan of the home within the form of an isosceles trapezoid, mirroring its longitudinal profile. The inside area is free, divided into two flooring linked by a staircase. Downstairs, in touch with the backyard, is a multifunctional area in which there’s a lounge with a piece nook and the dad or mum’s bed room, a kitchen with a eating room, and the technical background of the home.
On the higher flooring, there are two kids’s bedrooms, a rest room, and an entrance space. All residing rooms are oriented by giant home windows within the southern course in direction of the backyard and the forest.