Pavel Míček Architects designed a non-traditionally traditional cottage in the idyllic mountain range of Czech Beskydy.
Located at an extraordinary place in the southern part of Beskydy, Pavel Míček Architects have designed a non-traditionally traditional cottage in an idyllic mountain range with only a few other buildings nearby. The architectural design was created with a primordial mountain atmosphere in mind. Concrete embodies the heavy hollow platform, partially burrowed into the ground. The interior space is characterized by the generous use of larch wood as the main material, while large windows allow open views towards the breathtaking mountain scenery.
Below you can find a few images of the architectural project. For more, please visit the website of Pavel Míček Architects.
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