Picket Cabin within the Jizera Mountains / Markéta Cajthamlová
Textual content description offered by the architects. The newly constructed cabin on a sloping plot within the Jizera Mountains has the type of a standard cottage. It’s situated on the very fringe of the mountain village. Behind it are solely meadows and forests, ideally suited for recreation in summer time and winter. The elongated gable-roofed mass has a small gable-roofed outbuilding that serves as a vestibule and storage. The encircling panorama is dynamic and changeable and the cottage respects its character. Pure supplies typical of this area had been used for the development: wooden, stone, and glass. Glass is a world-renowned product of this area.
The format of the home is split into thirds. The dwelling space with kitchen, eating room, and fireside is oriented to the west; the bed room faces east and may sleep as much as 4 individuals; the central half with the sauna and loo is roofed, and this created the attic, on which the staircase leads from the lounge.
The facade of the home is product of darkish blue clapboard cladding. Beneficiant nook home windows are 12 and 10 m lengthy. All the pieces that’s a part of the home windows is white: wood window frames, sill, wood blinds, and shutters, in addition to the liner of the mounted nook of the window. The exception is the skylight, the division of which follows the structural system of the roof. Its frames are the identical shade because the masking, product of darkish grey asphalt strips.
The home, even with the parking space, is ready into the terrain in order that it requires solely minimal landscaping. The retaining wall leveling the terrain to the north is product of native sand-colored stone. The plinth of the home is product of seen mild concrete, in addition to the low retaining partitions passing into the borders of the parking space, which is product of granite perk and may accommodate as much as 4 automobiles.
The article is designed as a wood construction, wooden (principally spruce) is used all through your entire inside in a visual manner. CLT and SWP (strong wooden panels) panels on the partitions, ceiling, and roof. The interior dividing partitions are additionally wood. The ground is designed from grey cement screed. The outside wood terrace is product of larch planks, and the stone platform is product of native chipped stone.