Around Prague is a rather peculiar shape. Some compare it with the spacecraft and the other housing the cartoon Smurfs.
Czech architect, Jan Sepka (Jan Sepka) designed and implemented the construction of a country house called House in the Orchard. Design installed on a single concrete pillar. The architect claims that this standard solution was due to the terrain features, because the house is on a slope. Log in through the attached bridge.
Outside the concrete facade has a streamlined shape, and the inside walls are made of wooden triangular frames. Such shape of the walls visually enlarge the area of the house, and “triangles” to create additional strength. The facade is insulated with polyurethane and treated with a waterproof spray.
Two large Windows in the House in the Orchard enough natural light to freely penetrate inside the house. The first floor has living room, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs are the bedrooms and office.
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