The elongated parameters of the site led to the search for an original space-planning solution for this house. The construction was divided into two phases. In the process of implementing the first one, the customers continued to live in the existing house on the site of the second stage. The supporting frame, floors, plinth and landscaping elements are made of monolithic reinforced concrete. During the construction phase, part of the utilities was integrated into the walls and ceilings.
This made it possible to preserve the concrete without finishing in the interior. The hinged ventilated facade is made of Ukrainian clinker bricks. The masterfully executed brick pattern emphasizes the modern shape of the house. The volume stretched along the site allows thorough ventilation to almost all rooms.
The culmination of the solution of the facades is the wide stained-glass windows of the first and third floors, from which a picturesque view of the panorama of the Dnieper opens and the boundaries between the internal and external space is levelled. It is worth mentioning separately the giant window of the 3rd floor (6.7 x 2.95 m). As a result, an expressive architectural form was created, which is a challenge to territorial restrictions and is organically connected with nature.
● Reynaers Aluminium
● Guardian Glass Espana
● Poliform,Varena - kitchen
● Pianca, Insieme- sofa, bed
● Andreu World, Flex - chairs