The forest house means the preservation of native trees and grass bushes instead of mowed lawns, stone paving instead of tiles or asphalt, open space, and the landing of the house itself. Various herbs are planted on the roof of the garage, which blooms in different colors from spring to autumn. Wood, clinker bricks, and ceramic tiles successfully "disguise" the house in nature. The house itself consists of several visually separate parts, which are united by a common space
This single-storey building is situated amidst a softwood forest. The allotment’s size and its terrain allowed for designing a lengthy structure with rectangular blocks made of wood (complete with the largest windows possible) cutting through it.
That solution produced the usonia effect.
The overall structure gives the impression of being repped right from a modern Scandinavian tale, with its spirit, its mood and its openness preserved.
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