Villa Inga is a personal house located in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Finished in 2012, it was designed by ARCHITEKTI ŠEBO LICHÝ
Villa Inga by ARCHITEKTI ŠEBO LICHÝ:
“This is how the architects dwell. Property of Slovak architect Igor Lichý is the emanation of his idea of the best residing.
Technique to the creation
Despite the reality that several architects realize their homes as a manifesto of their tips about architecture and they are trying to employ every thing they did not pass by their consumers, architect Igor Lichý chose a rather conservative strategy. An critical criterion was the timelessness. This was reflected in the “Modernistic” design, which he hopes will be real in several years. Another criterion was the constructional simplicity. This resulted in easy shapes with out challenging information. They utilised traditional components with an emphasis on sturdiness, as burnt brick, mineral wool and minimum of plasterboard. Great emphasis was positioned on the performance so that residence can adapt to any alterations in the loved ones. On the ground floor he designed a guest space with barrier free of charge access and contact with the backyard, which could in the potential serve as a separate dwelling unit for both parent.
Architecture of a home
Considering that the land has only four.seven acres architect tried to make the best use of it. 13 meter (43 foot) width of land permitted placing two complete rooms on the parcel. One more criterion was the climatic circumstances. Rather of orientation of the terrace for sun, architect determined to situate the terrace to the north. The sun is pleasant in the spring and fall, but in the summertime one particular needs to hide ahead of it.
North terrace is connected to the kitchen and in the direction of the street. The need for privacy induced that terrace turned into a semi-enclosed patio, which in scorching weather genuinely serves as another microclimate. Other rooms of the home are oriented to the garden for greatest contact with nature.
For structural causes, the front part of the home (garage and a patio) is made of concrete. Architect contacted the properly-identified graphic Peter Bařinka, who portrayed cheerful patterns of animals in the architectural concrete.
Often it transpires to me that when peeking out from the yard into the street, I catch the occasional passers to have fun on the infantile drawings and I get happy, “laughs the residence proprietor.
Thorough game with windows
In the day part of the home is a window above the fireplace that illuminates the center of the house, as it is quite deep and without having it, there would be gloomily. In the middle of the home is a modest gallery connecting upper floor with the ground floor, which also serves for lighting up the total space. The bathroom has two windows, one due to top quality daylight above the mirror and another to the east sun. Wardrobe has the window to be noticed correct colors of clothing. The kitchen has a window to the herb garden and the street. For sensible causes, the kitchen is not entirely linked with living space, but only partially. Daily daily life brings to the kitchen a little mess and it is not excellent when it is also much on the eyes.
The interior of the property is not yet fully furnished. In accordance to the residence proprietor, interior must come up steadily from the collection of objects that appeal to a particular person in existence and not one particular-cease buying in the showroom. It is also required, taking account of expertise of everyday residing in the residence, which could only be obtained by habitation.”
Photographs by: Vlado Vavrek, Pekné bývanie
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