Noiz Architekti completes minimal park-side house in Slovakia

Slovakian follow Noiz Architekti has accomplished Na Rade, a household home in Bratislava with a minimal, stacked kind clad in skinny picket planks.

Positioned within the metropolis’s Previous City near Horsky Park, the positioning was beforehand occupied by a single-storey household home alongside a backyard with a brick shed, structural components of which have been included into the brand new house.

Noiz Architekti inserted a brand new quantity to unite the primary house with the construction on the backside of the backyard, making a U-shaped ground plan that wraps round a newly-created courtyard area.

Noiz Architekti has created the Na Rade home in Bratislava

“The intention of the idea of the brand new constructing, on the footprint of the unique buildings, was to attempt to not burden the plot and its environment,” defined the studio, which additionally aimed to protect the dimensions and character of the unique improvement.

“The primary start line of the answer represented a connection to the unique mass of the objects, [and] the second, ensuing from this, was the creation of a brand new format scheme on their authentic footprint,” it continued.

Making a step-down within the web site and including two extra storeys atop the prevailing constructing, the house is related by a vivid orange steel staircase that climbs via a central dwelling space and kitchen overlooking the courtyard.

Living room with exposed concrete walls and metal staircase
A vivid steel staircase connects the house’s three storeys

Coming into through a small bike storage space, the staircase leads down into the dwelling areas or up in direction of the bed room and research on the primary ground and a small lounge and rooftop terrace on the second ground.

Within the basement dwelling area, the brand new connecting area accommodates a eating room and leads via to a separate bed room and toilet with an outside bathe on the finish of the backyard, housed in a low, mono-pitched quantity.

“We organized the household home in such a approach that the dwelling space got here into contact with the land behind the constructing as a lot as potential,” defined the studio.

“The capabilities are positioned at completely different top ranges primarily based on the plot,” stated the studio. “The sectional diagram inside the that means of ‘raumplan’ outlined the form of the staircase, which turned a dominant visible a part of the challenge.”

Stairwell of Na Rade House in Slovakia
The concrete construction of the house is left uncovered

Within the interiors, the uncovered concrete construction of the house has been left seen, mixed with picket partitions, storage areas and furnishings, contrasting the straightforward exterior of skinny picket planks and deep window frames.

Elsewhere in Slovakia, Danish structure follow BIG just lately revealed designs for a brand new “tech neighbourhood” in Patronka, whereas native architect Martin Skoček designed Home V with rustic brick interiors.

The pictures is by Tomas Manina.