J20 House by DAR612

J20 House by DAR612

Architects: DAR612
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Year: 2010
Area: 4,306 square foot
Photos: Robert Les
Description:

This family house with a pool, situated on a delicate incline, is outlined as a juxtaposition of two components – an essential longitudinal wing with white completion, and an opposite component secured in dull wood covering. A T-formed floor arrangement empowers greatest south and west introduction, and also sees from both levels.

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A two story-high passage partitions the house into two fragments associated with a wooden scaffold: the east portion is an optional space with a carport on the ground floor and kids’ territory on the first floor; the west section contains the principle living spaces and folks’ quarters on the upper floor.

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The pool, independently situated over the family room, is noticeable from whatever remains of the house. The stairs and the extension, outlined as a steel structure with wooden cladding, make the house’s center, which practically interfaces the spaces, makes the dynamic stream, and outwardly brings together the inside.

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