Annabelle Genders October 9, 2021 Home Designs
This modern weekend house at Beskydy mountains has been motivated by conventional cabin retreats and features a creative solution into this scene
We simply can not get enough of mountain biking And forest cabins! The past year, was about freedom and beauty of this kind of mini dwellings and in 2013 to continue the main topics drifting and staying where you want in the wild. This lumber weekend home in the rolling landscape of Czech Republic’s Beskydy hills was initially built by Pavel Míček Architects and was certainly motivated by traditional cottage geometries and seems.
Planning a weekend getaway in Beskydy, the Pavel Míček Architects group created an impression influenced by the natural nuances of the hilly area. This was a project that was carried out on a construction policy setting in accordance with the existing administrative regulations of the protected Beskydy landscape area, limiting the team’s ingenuity to the limit and creating a revolutionary new strategy. At first the design of the building was driven by the material itself, the group used concrete and Larch wood to better depict the mountainous terrain.
Using a fabric pallet of cement and Larch wood, this Beskydy building by Pavel Míček Architects features a mix of heavy components mixed with lightweight components. Hollow concrete that is not thin and some others are not too thick buried into the ground, making an impression with an atmosphere that is almost the same as a cave. The area below contains the bedroom zone and the use of Larch wood for support there. On the top floor there are two wooden components that are not too heavy to form a series like a frame that combines with a wide view to the view area. In the future, it is hoped that moss will grow a lot in the cement area while in other parts, the material from Larch wood will get the impression of a silver patina with a dark gray color, and access from sandy stones is expected not to be clearly visible in the buds of the meadow area.
The building still shows an innovative atmosphere and character even though it is limited by the feel of the mountains
The interior design there is a layout available having a kitchen as well as a living room with glossy walls along with a ceiling light
The living room with lots of wood
Warm wood with an air of softness is composed using different cold materials for example: cement and flooring
The cooking zone features a dark storage area, a wooden cooking zone design, and a light that easily brightens the room
It is possible for the owner to use this cooking area as a space zone for eating
The use of a palette with light and simple coloring and very natural that does not stand out too much to create a modern but still simple zone
The building stands on a steep incline to synergize with the landscape view and makes the building seem in harmony with the surrounding conditions