The ambition of the project was to conceive a single family house that would respond to three main design drivers:
A house that merges with its garden and vice-versa.
A house that manages to accommodate all of the needs of one family on the ground floor thus allowing the space in the attic to become an awesome playground for the children with a forest like appearance thanks to the visible wooden roof structure.
A house that, due to its shape and layout, adjusts its appearance in relation with the surrounding garden and cardinal orientation looking different from almost every angle. One of the features that reinforces this aspect is the folded roof whose shape is a mediation between the layout of the house and the cardinal points in order to obtain a south facing optimum slope for the support of solar panels.
Design Team: Paul-Mihai Moldovan, Florin-Vasile Lazar, Anamaria Moldovan
Collaborator[s]: eng. Calin Crisan, eng. Radu Miclaus
Design Year: 2014
Execution | Completion Year: -
Gross area: 268 sqm
General Contractor: -