Description of the object
E-128 is a large single-family house with an attic, equipped with a two-garage garage and numerous additional rooms, compensating for the lack of a basement. This spacious building will provide comfort to a demanding family of 4 to even 6 people. It is a modern facility, covered with a gently sloping multi-slope roof with extended eaves. The solid has small meanders created, among others by moving the garage or separating the roofed terrace at the back. The house will require a large plot of land.
The extensive plan is clearly divided into areas dedicated to various activities. Located on the ground floor, the daily zone on the street side contains utility and utility rooms, while along the opposite wall, a more personal space was created for recreation. The first part consists of a small, like an unseparated hall, a dining room opening onto a covered terrace, and a semi-open, bright kitchen with a corner window and a large pantry connected with it. Right next to it, there is a comfortable staircase with a toilet hidden under the upper running. Stairs and external corners define the border between the dining room and the large living room. Large glazings connect it with the terrace running along the walls. The room also has a place for a fireplace. At the end, there is also a room that can be used as a library. The garage accessible from the vestibule connects with the technical (boiler room) and utility rooms, from which you can get to the garden. The attic is occupied by the night part, which has also been sorted out in a certain way. The highest are two small but well-lit bedrooms, a shared bathroom and an extensive recreation area with an adjacent storage. The huge bedroom, equipped with a wardrobe and its own bathroom, is accessible from the landing. Thanks to this, it has slightly higher walls than other rooms, and thus a larger and easier to use area.
The E-128 house has a number of facilities that will make every member of a large family feel at ease. In addition to standard bedrooms, semi-private areas, such as a library, have been designed. Optical division of the day zone into three parts (kitchen with dining room, living room and terrace) allows all residents to use the room without conflict. The utility room, library and storage in the attic solve the problem of storing things such as garden equipment, books and documents, and clothing. The large windows that enter into the modern character of the building provide good lighting, and the wide roof allowed to create functional spaces in the bypass.