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Villa Malvazinky is a residence in Prague designed by Czech architect Martin Sladky of de.fakto. From a distance, the home seems to be two rectangular packing containers, one on prime of the opposite, however upon nearer inspection, you discover the number of window shapes and the way the outside partitions are notched in at occasions offering shelter. With a lot of the construction being glass, it’s apparent the home was constructed with the views in thoughts.
The greenery was stored intact, together with a stone fountain, when the lot was cleared of a small backyard home. The construction sits intently to the road with the hope of preserving as a lot of the backyard as potential.
The home windows are shaded with the roof’s overhang and double panes of glass. Additionally they have blinds to assist the inside to not overheat.
The home even comes full with a rooftop deck to benefit from the breathtaking views of Prague.
I really like that they used glass for the railing as to not disrupt the sight strains.
Each room in the home has a view – the advantages of getting all of that tumbler!
Pictures by Iveta Kopicova.