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Single-family home for music lovers

The present and recent global developments have completely changed the perception of our view of home. It was in such realities that we had the opportunity to design a single-family home for music lovers.

So what has changed in the last few years in the approach to home design? Certainly the approach of clients, who want the house to be enriched with new functions, hitherto unusual or rare in this type of design. Both those related to leisure and recreation, as well as those related to remote work. In this case, this means that the developer has relied on a combination of typical house functions with this expanded program.

Dom Boruja

Boruja House

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So we have typical rooms on the first floor: kitchens, dining room, living room. All these rooms have large glazing, opening them up to the sizable garden and deepening the contact with nature. We also have an office room for remote work, which can easily be isolated from daily life, but has a glazed area from which to communicate with the rest of the living area. There is also a large room for concerts, jam sessions or other unusual forms of music-making. Thanks to this expansion of the program, the house has become a multifunctional machine for meeting all the needs of users without having to leave the house. We already know that such spending of time is as feasible as possible.

Dom Boruja

Boruja House

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The night area includes comfortable bedrooms. Investors have their own separate area with a large bathroom and a dressing room. They also have a view of part of the living room, which has a double height. The rest of the area includes bedrooms designed for children, with a separate bathroom and a small terrace above the music room. There is also a small gym on the first floor.

Dom Boruja

Boruja House

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The form of the house blends in with its surroundings and alludes with its gabled roof to traditional suburban houses. Here, however, the traditional approach to form ends. For better illumination of the rooms, large dormers were used, which also increase the usable area of the attic. Large sliding glazingwas used in the design so that residents can enjoy the proximity of nature on sunny and rainy days. A large terrace in front of the living room has been shielded by a canopy against excessive heat. There is a swimming pool in front of it, and residents also have a Jacuzzi in the sheltered part of the terrace.

Dom Boruja

Boruja house - first floor plan

© EAAST Architects

Dom Boruja

Boruja house - floor plan

© EAAST Architects

The materials used are wood and graphite-colored fiber-cement facade panels. This simple juxtaposition of materials, which is a combination of tradition and modernity, created a strong graphic and architectural contrast of the house's elements. Thanks to it, the upper part of the building gained lightness, while the lower part blends in perfectly with the surroundings.

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