House K - Wood and Glass House in Croatia by 3LHD Architects

June 2, 2009 at 1:16 am 

The House K is large residential, located in Zagreb, Croatia. House K designed by 3LHD Architects, the house is inspired by the shape of a snail’s shell, which involves a spiral twisting around its own axis. The house follow each other and are built around a central atrium. This modern wood house leaves your typical brick home in the dust. The contemporary teak-clad facade boasts large expanses of glass set into its two-storey design. The open-concept interiors are designed for socializing, equipped with unique half-walls that define areas without closing them in, inside add an element of nature into the comfortable environment.

Architects: 3LHD
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Project team: Saša Begovi?, Marko Dabrovi?, Tatjana Grozdani? Begovi?, Silvije Novak, Paula Kukuljica, Zvonimir Mar?i?
Project team Collaborators: Romana Ili?, Ivan Milonja, Ana Penavi?
Project year: 2004-2005
Construction year: 2005-2008
Site area: 1,110 sqm
Gross floor area: 595 sqm
Footprint: 317 sqm
Photographs: Damir Fabijanic

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