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Vallo Sadovsky Architects | Residential complex Nová Terasa

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The architecture of the new district is based on simple and clear shapes and colours, yet it still respects the uniqueness of each house. The uniqueness is shown, above all, in the first floor that becomes the differentiator of the houses, and in the last, retracted floor, corresponding to various types of apartments and providing for forming of generous terraces and views.

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DCIM102GOPROAlthough the „Nová terasa“ residential compound is located nearby buildings typical for the 1960s, we have based our concept on typical urban elements, such as streets, squares, and courtyards. Indeed, closed courtyards form one of the key elements of the new district. It is a semi-private area with defined specific users and thus also owners that care for it and enjoy it.

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013It becomes the centre of a new community, forming an important element of a pleasant living, and a protected territory for minor relaxation activities for children and adults alike. It includes a small playground and greenery with places to sit.

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010For everyone, there is a new children playground with tartan surface under the artificial hill: it is vividly colourful and also safe, thanks to the materials used.

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Location: Košice, Slovakia
Authors:
Vallo Sadovsky Architects
Matúš Vallo, Oliver Sadovský
Branislav Husárik, Peter Janeček, Dušan Chupáč,
Mateja Vonkomerová
Name of the project: Residential complex Nová Terasa
Photographer: Tomáš Manina
Project: 2010
Completed: 2013
Site area: 16 115 sqm
Built area: 4 216 sqm
Gross built area: 20 105 sqm
Budget: 16 026 500 €
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