Classic form, industrial flavour
Albeit traditional in form, this simple family home stands out from the crowd with its fine details. The 135-square-metre ground floor area was expanded with a mezzanine above the kitchen/dining room, where we set up a small study. Vast doors and windows allow plenty of light into the broad spaces of the double-height living room. The building doesn’t show much of itself from the street, while the terrace is concealed on the south-eastern side of the L-shaped building, and faces the garden.
As the most striking feature of the house, door and window frames are made of wood, and are fitted with sliding shutters. With its accessway opening from the living room, the mezzanine is composed of an exposed steel-beam structure resting on exposed wooden joists, which creates a very special atmosphere in both the lounge and the kitchen area.
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Interior architect Krisztina Sarkadi [MOOD.STUDIO]
Photographer Dávid Berkes [DAVDESIGN.HU]