Family house, Rožmitál pod Třemšínem

not completed 2012, Rožmitál pod Třemšínem

The house is designed on the site of a dilapidated barn which belonged to a building situated on the bank of Podzámecký pond.

The building takes the shape of the original object, but the materials chosen and the execution of the details give it a contemporary, abstract form.

The perimeter masonry is made up of concrete cinder blocks, which are left inside the house as a sight.


The main part of the entry level is a living space with a south-facing loggia offering a unique view of the expansive surface of the castle-dominated pond.

A very compact house conceals an economical layout. The attic contains a bedroom, bathroom and children's room, which can be subdivided.


The beam ceiling, window frames and other wooden elements of the interior contrast with the anthracite large-format cladding on the facade and roof.