not completed 2018, Kersko
A recreational facility is proposed for the Elbe settlement, a woodland famous largely for the life and work of Bohumil Hrabal, replacing a dilapidated house with cabins.
The two-storey structure on the undulating floor plan, which avoids trees, consists of two types of living units.
Each of the sixteen residential studios offers a direct ascent to the property, into the forest. The entrances to each studio are distinguished by rainbow shades of lee.
The privacy of the terraces on the south side is provided by dividing walls and pergolas, the generous glass shades the outdoor aluminium blinds alongside the forest cover.
The surrounding trees inspired the vertical wooden cladding of the facade.