This villa reconstruction was undertaken by Enforma Studio. The home is located in Ljuta, Montenegro. The central gallery is the fluid space that defines these zones by providing a vertical division of the left and right sides of the building as well as a visual connection of the levels. To create this effect we had to dematerialise the connections between the sides of the building (as shown in the picture?) which we achieved by designing a bridge and staircase constructed from glass and steel.
The right side of the building is functionally more complex than the sleeping area. It consists of a living room on the ground floor, a fireplace area and a children’s bedroom. The fireplace area is linked by a glass bridge to the rest of the space with a glass partition wall to the side. The daughter’s bedroom is lined with wooden planks and is located at the very top of the house, completely separate from the other rooms. The living room and fireplace area are independent spaces while at the same time being open, visually connected parts of the whole house. In contrast the children’s room is designed as a separate home within a home drawing on the inspiration of a traditional child’s treehouse.
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