Stodůlky family homes

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Stodůlky family homes

The new Stodůlky family homes project involves the sale of properties in Stodůlky and it consists of 56 family homes with a utility area ranging from 142 m2 to 173 m2 built as 36 semi-detached houses and 18 terraced houses. The entire area is in the shape of an arched band divided into three independent units by three new residential streets.

The new Stodůlky family homes project involves the sale of properties in Stodůlky and it consists of 56 family homes with a utility area ranging from 142 m2 to 173 m2 built as 36 semi-detached houses and 18 terraced houses. The entire area is in the shape of an arched band divided into three independent units by three new residential streets. The airiness of the whole development is supported by the open space in front of the family houses which do not have entrance gates and as such expand the common area of the street. The construction work has been divided into two stages.

The family houses are located in the increasingly popular Prague suburb of Stodůlky with excellent transport accessibility to the centre of the city and fully fledged civic amenities. The surrounding countryside is full of greenery, while the Malá Řepora bio-centre and the Prokop and Dalejské Valleys nature reserves are also worth mentioning. The newly developed area includes the site of a future primary school, including sports facilities for the public.

The goal of the project is to create a comprehensive area without any undesirable dominant features. The family homes always have two aboveground stories with a 5+kitchenette layout, a flat roof, their own garden, a garage and an outside parking space. The residential area and facilities are located on the ground floor. The bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the second floor.

When selecting the facades, the architect placed an emphasis on the use of earthy colours and natural materials. The result is a combination of simple, fine plasterwork in a light and darker shade with brick cladding strips. The large format wooden windows with high quality glazing ensure sufficient amounts of natural light At the same time, the family homes will also be standardly equipped with controlled ventilation with heat recovery.

The investor’s main intention when designing the project was to meet the requirements of clients who are looking for pleasant housing in a green area with sufficient privacy, including standard fittings.

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A word from the architect

The investor has selected an attractive location in Stodůlky, which is located in the sunny southwest and designated for residential construction, for the upcoming project. When designing the project, the goal was to present an originally laid out area which will become one of the exceptional developer projects in Prague.

The investor has selected an attractive location in Stodůlky, which is located in the sunny southwest and designated for residential construction, for the upcoming project. When designing the project, the goal was to present an originally laid out area which will become one of the exceptional developer projects in Prague and I therefore chose the combination of semi-detached houses and terraced houses in order to preserve the airiness of the entire area with a satisfactory amount of greenery and sufficient privacy for the individual houses.

The family homes have private areas with the option of parking for a second vehicle. In the semi-detached houses, this is supported by the overlap of the second storey which then creates a covered entrance. In the terraced houses, the area in front of each family home is independent. The separation of the gardens in the terraced homes has been resolved by a seating bay creating by the receding mass of the house. The garden privacy for both types of houses is increased with the use of wooden dividing walls and connecting trellises with an raised hedgerow.

The material design for the house facade is based on the combination of a brick cladding strip and plaster which complement one another and give the houses a unified character so that the whole is not monotonous. This material combination is supported by the spatial solution. The protruding section of the outer walls of the family homes is clad with brick cladding strips and the recessed section is plastered in order to emphasise the rhythm of the composition. In the semi-detached houses, the material solution has been emphasised by the protruding dormer window which emphasises the clear division of the house.

Ing. arch. Tomáš Pavlík

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