House MJ, Novo Mesto by Kombinat Boasts Bare Minimum Design

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 18, 2012 • References: & dezeen
The House MJ, Novo Mesto by Kombinat boasts a design aesthetic that takes into account the value of bare essentials.

Redefining the conventional notion of a bungalow, this home caters to the owner's needs as it is spacious and welcoming to light. The wood-paneled facade creates a sleek modernist look to contrast the surrounding forested area. This abode is serene in its interaction with the natural landscape and features two mono-pitched roofs.

Phenomenal in its use of space, this abode is ideal with its lack of interior hallways and separations. According to Dezeen: "Split levels following the slope of the hill divide the interior into two halves, with the bedrooms raised up behind the living room." Perhaps the epitomized version of the ever-popular open concept aesthetic, the design is a testament to the genius design of Kombinat. Stats for Minimalist Paneling Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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