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Contemporary Family Home in the Czech Republic
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Jan 26, 2012
Architects OV-A completed a family home in Kraluv Dvur, Czech Republic, displaying original architecture details. According to the project developers, the residence consists of one level built over a square ground plan, with three bedrooms with amenities facing north. The generous wood shutters can be used to create further rooms and to provide privacy for the inhabitants. The project was resembled with a gazebo providing views of the valley. Here is more from the architects regarding the materials used to build this home: “The load-bearing construction of the timber frame house consists of I-beams, thermal insulation of mineral wool and wainscotting, the flat ventilated roof is covered with a PVC foil with a layer of pebble rock on top, the facade system is composed of glazed walls in aluminum frames, terraces are from tropical wood and jatoba was the chosen material for he interior industrial strip flooring“. Do you find timber-framed homes appealing?
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