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Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects | Single family house

Architecture Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects | Single family house

In Nagykovacsi, a village in Hungary, a new single family house was built. The house is a functional and simple architecture with some features. The use of different materials and colors makes this family house special.

Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects | Single family house

© Arpad Ferdinand

From the outside the first impressions are the three diveded parts of the house. The reason for this impressions are the different hights and the shed roofs. Another thought would be, how well the family house fitts into the surrounding  landscape with mountains and hills.

Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects | Single family house

© Arpad Ferdinand

Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects | Single family house

© Arpad Ferdinand

Inside the building the three parts are connected and become one. The house is really well designed for the needs of the owner. The large livingroom, the kitchen with a dining area and a guestroom with bathroom are on the groundfloor. The four private rooms of the family are on the first floor. The connection between outer and inner space is an importen aim. The livingroom flows into a big terrace and becomes almost a part of the outer space. The same was realized at the first floor. A spacious balcony is connected with the biggest room and creates the connection to the outside. The big balcony also offers an amazing view over the landscape.

Location: Nagykovácsi, Hungary
Architect:Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects
Details/Credits 
Client: privat
Total Area: 160 m2
Project team: Arpad Ferdinand, Krisztián Nagy
Structure: Artrad
Electrical: Yurosignal
Design phase: 2004
Construction Phase: 2005-2006
Photographs: Arpad Ferdinand 
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