Private Apartment in Hodkovičky is an interior design project by COLLARCH, located in Prague, Czech Republic with 85 Sqm of the gross internal floor area. The aim of this apartment reconstruction is to create a quiet and neutral background for a young family. The main task is to create an empty space where all functions are integrated into the walls to define the apartment space.
The architect uses a multi-level arrangement theme to design this summer house, especially with its warm interior. The house itself has generous covered terraces, designed and dominated with wood materials. The floor of the house is also used as a prospect to deliver a comfortable atmosphere and create an attractive appearance just like a summer house in general.
This house doesn’t project into its garden but it allows itself to be interpenetrated and surrounded by this garden. The formal part of the garden and the front street is reminiscent of French geometric style that composed of box trees and horizontal strips of perennials. One can find a private garden space behind the hedge of shaped yew trees. This garden space is designed in the natural English park style.
Homestead in Telč: A Symbiosis of Two New Buildings with A Rural Architecture and Traditional Gabled Roof
The composition central motif is the installation of the traditional gabled roof with ceramic covering. This ceramic can be found on a simple brick ground floor. This kind of motif carries the tradition and atmosphere, allowing the modern proportion use and window size with the quality interconnection of interior and exterior.
The copper sheet rood is designed with a fan-like shape rebated joint to highlights the effect in the upward direction of the house extending massing. While the beautiful windows are made of laminated massive oak profiles, treated by natural oil varnish. Characterized by the brown and gray shades of color and a combination of natural stone and wooden material, this house offers a unique character that is different from others.
Family House in Uherské Hradiště, Mařatice: A Family House with Relationship and Mutual Perception of External and Internal Space
The house bearing structure consists of brick blocks and a ceiling above the ground floor is reinforced concrete located above the wooden floor. This family house is insulated with mineral wool and smooth plaster while the windows are made of glued wooden profiles. The interior floors of the house are made of terrazzo or oak, wall tiles and doors are made of walnut veneer, terrace of larch.