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OpenAD | Private house in Marupe

Architecture OpenAD | Private house in Marupe

OpenAD | Private house in MarupeThe building was constructed around a growing body compositional center – inner gadren. It was conceived Stylistics Japanese tsubo garden form of the Japanese garden culture generally been integrated inside the house, as a recreational area. Space around the garden was intended to be transparent, thereby fusing, at the same time separating the functions of acquiring and natural feeling to a room. During project implementation, unfortunately, the customer refused to inner garden, adding indoor seating area.

OpenAD | Private house in Marupe

© Maris Lagzdins

OpenAD | Private house in Marupe

© Maris Lagzdins

Shape the direction of home was holding against the neighboring streets, parcel boundaries and corners. Building a vertical direction followed by the sun span, thus the second floor of the south side places deeper, resulting in direct sunlight. On the second floor bedroom has a spacious terrace with a planned green plants.

OpenAD | Private house in Marupe

© Maris Lagzdins

Building is finished with a blackish tree, creating a variety of boards in rhythm, but resulting in a seamless whole volume, where the main emphasis put on the form. Finishing a different highlight only the entrance area, including the smooth metal door in the plane. Emphasizing the building face, the remainder of the plot-driven corner wooden footbridge, situated in an outdoor fireplace. From there, the building is perceived in its entirety.

Location: Marupe, Latvia
Architect: OpenAD | Zane Tetere
Technical design: Ulla Gala
Landscape architect: Linda Zala
Interior: Zane Tetere, Elina Tetere
Completion year: 2009
Area: 320m2
Photographer: Maris Lagzdins
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