The historical soul of nordic esthetics with touch of industrial style; It all started with our clients’ purchase of a house over a hundred years old. The traditional building with a gable roof was at its end. Its stone basement was still in a good condition. So we decided to take down the rest of the house. And use the stone socle in the basement as a foundation for the new house. Our courageous and somewhat risky plan worked out. And today, the clients live in a beautiful, modern house. Which combines the historical soul of its predecessor and nordic esthetics with a touch of industrial style. What can we say? The road to success is not always an easy one but it’s worth it to put in a little extra effort.
The Historical Soul of Nordic Esthetics with touch of Industrial Style wall are Actually two houses
The historical soul of nordic esthetics with touch of Industrial style wall are actually two houses. The lot borders a busy road which serves as a starting point for tourists heading to the Jizera Mountains. Because of this we designed a new concrete wall. In place of the former exterior wall of the old house. This will not only decrease the amount of noise from the nearby road. But also define the outside entrance area to the house. Behind the wall is a small yard. With a view of Ještěd which serves as a guidepost between the entrance, the guest house and the stairs to the yard below.
The construction of the new part is wooden. [The asphalt roof together with the black, tar-painted facade. Reminds us of the shed that used to stand here. On the old stone foundation behind the concrete wall are actually two houses. A family house and a small guest house. For a young sailor, the clients’ son, who spends most of the year at the helm of transatlantic ships.
Actually Two Houses There are Many Custom-made Elements
Actually two houses there are many custom-made elements. The living space of the house is defined by large windows on both sides. The window on the southwest facade brings the view of the Harcov stream valley and Ještěd while. The north window shows the previously mentioned sauna yard. A couple of steps lower is a living room stairhead with a fireplace. And a wide staircase to the kitchen and dining room which are connected to the patio. The rest of the basement is used as a utility room and storage space.
In the bathrooms you can find water taps, some of which were replaced with copper pipes and garden taps. In the bedroom there are wardrobes hanging from the ceiling. So that they don’t take up so much space and keep the bedroom, walk-in closet and bathroom interconnected.
The kitchen counter was designed in a way that retained the former granite blocks. From which the lower part of the house was built. The yard is modest yet beautiful. A couple of large trees give the impression of a mountain fores. A few pots were added around the vegetable garden where the wife keeps fresh herbs.
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