WHAT LIES BEYOND THE CONCRETE WALL?
THE REMAINS OF A 100-YEAR OLD HOUSE PROVIDES NEEDED SUPPORT FOR THIS MODERN HOME
Located in Liberec, Czech Republic is this modern home designed and built by Mjolk Architects. Notice stone bottom half of the house? That was the basement of the old home that used to stand there.
While the rest of that old house’s structure was deemed beyond repair, the stone basement now serves as the modern home’s foundation.
The prominent feature of the home is the concrete wall which hides the house from the busy road, giving the home some much-needed privacy.
The newly-build part of the house is divided into two modules: a family home and a guest house. They both have black wooden facades and together with the stone volume add up to 271 square meters of living space. Inside the volumes are modern with Nordic influences and industrial elements.
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