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- Název: Family House in Holešov
- Location: Holešov
- Built: 2014
The house built in Holešov-Všetule responds to openness of its surrounding by creating “bights” at the border between its interior and exterior spaces. Its interior areas extend, in optical and functional sense, into exterior ones, while the garden penetrates more into the house’s bowels in the opposite direction. The family can have their breakfast in the southern bight being hidden from foreign eyes by the house from three sides and maintaining the view of nearby Hostýn Heights and Holešov towers. At the time of dinner preparation the kitchen will be lit with western sunlight softened by the leaves of trees of the northern bight. The garden is accessible from all rooms within a few steps and the corridor forming the house’s backbone is light, with views through to surrounding areas.