Slovakian studio Compass Architekti focuses on strong minimalism and strategy-oriented layout in the design of this modern L-shaped home in Bratislava. The dwelling has a curious aesthetic as the building gently curves, while a seamless integration of indoor and outdoor spaces is established.
Compass Architekti were tasked to erect a single-storey house that made optimal use of space, had no stairs and enough room for grandparents and nine grandchildren. As a result, the architectural firm included a spacious green atrium that serves as a focal point of the minimalist and modern L-shaped home. The format of the house "defines the atrium on its two sides." To further create a dualistic interior, Compass Architekti consciously divide the living space into "day parts [and] night parts."
Photo Credits: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice
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