Located in central Slovakia within the metropolis of Banská Bystrica, this contemporary two-storey residence was just lately designed by Paulíny Hovorka Architekti.

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Description by Paulíny Hovorka Architekti A household home named K2 was constructed within the village of Kyncelova close to Banska Bystrica. On the neighbouring website, there’s a home referred to as “Dom Zlomu” which was additionally designed by our studio. The K2 Home is occupied by an aged couple while the neighbouring home which was constructed earlier is occupied by their youngsters and grandchildren. A number of generations can thus take pleasure in privateness of their very own dwelling area while sharing widespread exterior areas. Whereas designing the K2 Home, the purpose was to not create a complement to an earlier constructed development however a totally-fledged home with an unbiased and tailor-made idea. When designing K2, we thought-about the form of the terrain and house owners’ necessities and determined for a spatial idea of the development rising within the terrain, within the course from the road to the backyard. This idea is mirrored within the inside format with two one-flight staircases which bridge the distinction in elevation between the road aspect entrance space and the backyard a part of the lot, forming three unbiased ranges. Stair flights are clearly expressed within the outer dynamic form of the constructing creating its untypical type when seen from the road. The division of the constructing into three ranges permits to satisfy the shopper´s requirement to separate completely the classroom from the primary dwelling space of the home making it sound-proof and unbiased as it’s typically used as a visitor room.

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