VILLA IN ZLIČÍNSKÁ STREET, PRAGUE
The villa is surrounded by urban housing development, in a settled district set by 1920’s and 1930’s villas of the wide range of quality and actual state. The nearest sites are built-up with single houses and row-houses with grown greenery, characterized by the quiet residential atmosphere. The site offers a wonderful overview directly on a local landmark – the Villa and Park Hvězda. The recently designed development is running just in the established limits, respects the street line, structural level and partly also roof shaping. Two-storey house with a basement is connected to all the available infrastructure networks provided in this area. The volume of the house is compact, which helps the economic side of function, construction and energy consumption. The spatial arrangement is designed based on three basic principles - 1/ the building is a modern comfortable villa for a single family, providing all the necessities and a generous floor area. 2/ design of the living area of the first floor brings a connection between the living space and a carefully articulated garden with a swimming pool. Terrain modulation in the garden provides high personal privacy and allows a maximum view of the Hvězda Park. 4/ the house is connected to the street and equipped with 4 parking places, automated gate and a garage door.
Bílá hora, Prague
built-up 438 m2, including the terrace
floorage 509 m2
Tomáš Oth, Oldřich Sládek
Jaroslav Futera - TIPS
Ivan Bárta, Vasil Stanko