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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

House M in Slovenia, Balkans by SoNo arhitekti

 
November 24th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SoNo arhitekti 

EXTERIOR

One-family villa M is located in an area, which represents a typical Slovenian landscape. That is why the design derives from standard architectural elements, from which, one is dominant – the gable roof. The house is made out of three elongated volumes with symmetrical gable roofs, which are set in a way that creates a dynamic ground floor’s organisation. It accomodates and serves the needs of the modern family and provides the highest level of comfort and quality living.

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

  • Architects: SoNo arhitekti
  • Project: House M
  • Location: Slovenia, Balkans
  • Photography: Žiga Lovšin
  • Authors: Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk, Nina Tešanović
  • Area: 290 sqm
  • Year: 2014/15

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Uniformed facade and roof’s form emphasize the dynamic of the three volumes especially with the combination of dark and light colour shades as well as the use of the materials themselves – pattern of wood panels and fiber-cement panels. Dark-light contrast facade complements the neighboring birch groves and its surrounding landscape. The final result presents a dream house for the investor and a quality addition to the Slovenian residential topography as well.

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

INTERIOR

One-family villa M is composed out of three  elongated elements that shape dynamic floor plans. All three volumes are connected together in the level of the ground floor and form a larger central area where the family spents most of it’s time – kitchen and the dining room. The whole ground floor is open and light, where the carefully placed large glass surfaces lead to to the outdoor terrace, overlooking the surrounding meadows, hills and forests. Upper floor of  the middle volume  provides sleeping rooms for the children with private bathroom and walk-in closets.

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Color contrast of the interior  is not as strong as the exterier’s – prevailing are the natural shades and patterns of wood and white wall surfaces. Dominant element object is the carefully designed central staircase that also represents the heart of the building.

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

Image Courtesy © SoNo arhitekti

Image Courtesy © SoNo arhitekti

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