Magic House consists of 2 modules and stretches itself in a L-shaped structure. The magic of the house consists in the harmony with nature in which it is located. With its loosened-up facade, it blends in with the surrounding leafy forest. The terrace area is part of the living space and flows into the open floor plan.
A light beige vertical wooden lamella facade extends across the attic towards the sky, while the plaster facade in the same shade blends in with the ensemble in a discreet and restrained manner.
On the right-hand side, the house stretches out to the sleeping and resting area hidden behind a sliding door. To the left, you enter the bright and spacious sanitary facilities with barrier-free shower. Following the view straight ahead, you reach the living and initially cooking area, the centre of the building. Straight ahead, one reaches the living and cooking area, the heart of the house. The kitchen is in an industrial chic style in rustic oak and with cast-iron fittings: giving the room a homely and busy character at the same time.
The living room receives an additional dynamic by the trapezoidal cat window, the so-called “Catwalk”. Here, one and one’s friends and furry co-residents can spend relaxed afternoons at the inviting dining table positioned underneath.
The terrace in the idyllic garden invites you to enjoy cosy summer nights outside and to celebrate cheerful parties. The magic house lets inside and outside space merge harmoniously into one another, constantly creating new spatial experience.
The owner didn’t want a high-gloss cooking laboratory, but rather a kitchen as open and communicative as possible. Therefore, we designed an all-wood kitchen, with hints of industrial chic that would reflect a welcoming, relaxed, and informal atmosphere that our customer herself enjoys most in her everyday life. Thus, the modular house was delivered with the kitchen already installed. The trapezoidal window facing the street -which according to the owner attracts the curious glances of passers-by everyday- was designed to allow the curious cats to observe said passers-by.
The vertical slats in the terrace area create changing plays of light on the walls in the interior, continuing the cosy and mystical atmosphere from the leafy gardens.