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Studio Circle Progress makes use of conventional varieties for Casa De Mi Luna

The type of a standard rural Czech dwelling is contrasted with trendy pine-lined interiors at Casa de mi Luna, a house designed by structure follow Studio Circle Progress.

Because of its location on the sting of the Česky Kras nature reserve southwest of Prague, the undertaking was required to visually mix in with the native vernacular, with laws specifying a easy gable-roof type with rounded eaves.

Exterior of Casa de mi Luna by Studio Circle Growth
Studio Circle Progress has created Casa de mi Luna

Adopting these necessities, Studio Circle Progress then subverted them on the inside, which eschews the normal compartmentalisation present in rural properties for open, vivid dwelling areas.

“After we bought the paper with morphological laws for the realm, I assumed gee, what a drag, a symmetrical gable roof with a prescribed pitch between 35 to 45 levels, prescribed length-to-width ratios, prescribed colors and so forth,” mentioned Studio Circle Progress’s founder Martin Zizka.

Plywood-lined living room with tiled fireplace
The house references conventional rural Czech dwellings

“However then we form of fully embraced them, particularly once we noticed the completed symmetrical pink gable roof protruding within the panorama amongst the opposite related homes, it started to really feel proper,” Zizka informed Dezeen.

“The inside, nonetheless, is something however conventional, in its lightness, openness and natural organisation,” he continued.

Interior of Casa de mi Luna by Studio Circle Growth
It has trendy wood-lined interiors

Casa de mi Luna is constructed from prefabricated straw and timber panels, which have been shortly assembled on website.

Making an attempt to make use of as many native supplies as potential, Studio Circle Progress completed the outside with a base of larch planks and lime render above. In the meantime, the roof is lined with conventional tiles known as bobrovka.

Inside, the house is organised round a big open-plan dwelling, eating and kitchen space with a staircase and glazed tile-clad hearth.

“All the central bay of the home is open, permitting the place the place it’s linked vertically to breathe and bathe in mild,” mentioned Zizka.

“The staircase thus turns into a central characteristic which not solely connects the 2 ranges, however separates the bottom flooring into distinct but open and interconnected practical zones,” he added.

Kitchen with dark cabinets
Some partitions characteristic white stucco

The inner partitions of the bottom flooring are completed in white stucco, and the higher degree is nearly totally lined in pine-plywood sheets, which additionally cowl the arched apex of the roof.

“We determined to barter an arched collar tie out of plywood with our structural engineer, which we may then clad in a extra seamless means,” defined Zizka.

Pine-lined first floor of Czech house by Studio Circle Growth
Pine dominates the highest flooring

Different properties within the Czech Republic lately featured on Dezeen embrace a pink timber-clad cabin by Byró Architekti, and an undulating, grass-topped residence on the sting of a forest by RO_AR.

The pictures is by Fredrik Frendin.


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