Architect Werner Seelbach
At the first sight a ground-plot not ideal for building in combination with a creative mind and a vision of own house – the place which the architect Werner Seelbach chose for its new home can be without any exaggeration called as a delightful spectacle. He designed a unique semi-detached house on a very small floor area with a 45-degree incline and on almost 20 metres high vertical rock face. The house is in addition to many dozens of pilots supported with a 20-metre-high concrete strut, which makes the building look as it was floating. Progressive modern architectonic language which incorporates many long, narrow building figures and window curtains is used also in the interior.
The interior is clear and designed in a minimalist way. The white floors, walls and ceilings demonstrate spaciousness, which is even amplified with a banister on the side of the terrace glassed-in all the way to the ground.
Clear shapes and lines belong to the basic kitchen layout designed by us. The islands made of Corian and used as a cooking and washing zones are represented by two ingots looking like some kind of a sculptural work. They are placed opposite the white Corian hanging kitchen unit by the wall together with tall cabinets. The sides of preparation islands are completed with a big American fridge Side-By-Side, a freezer and other tall cabinets behind the black glass. Through the rotating door which is installed in the same level with other kitchen doors we can enter the utility and cleaning room situated behind the fridge.
The BORA Classic extractor hood unobtrusively provides you with fresh air, while the Swiss combined steam oven V-ZUG together with gas hobs guarantee you professional cooking pleasure.
- Year 2017
- Category plan 3 kuchyně
- Type 2 ostrůvky
- Material Corian, glass