Family House in Orava by A.LT architekti
by Ted Savage / January 17, 2013
Echoing the local architectural style of remote settlement homes in northern Slovakia, Family House in Orava by A.LT architekti uses traditional materials - wood, stone, ceramic tiles - in three identical volumes, positioned for privacy and protected interaction.


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Oak and polished concrete floors, spruce ceiling, wood-trussed, tiled roof, and built-in furniture from scrubbed oak get the job of blending in done. A modernizing tech upgrade, there is an underground-source heat pump to provide warmth. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Tomas Rasl.

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