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Weekend Apartment in the Jizera Mountains

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

Project: Weekend Apartment
Architect: Markéta Bromová architekti
Design team: Petra Ciencialová
Project location: Jizera Mountains, Czech Republic
Completion year 2021
Usable Floor Area: 83 m²
Photographer: Veronika Raffajová

Interior of a weekend apartment situated on the ground floor of a new building of a small Jizera holiday complex.

The apartment is located in a new building in the Jizera Mountains. The apartment is on the ground floor of the house, so it is directly physically and visually connected to the surrounding landscape. The apartment is entered from the second floor through a small hallway, which connects to a double staircase. This path through the hallway and descending the stairs to the lower floor directly into the interior of the apartment can be seen as a kind of filter. You find yourself in a long corridor from which doors lead to individual bedrooms, a bathroom and separate toilet. The corridor also separates the apartment into two functional parts – technical facilities (bathrooms, toilet, sauna, kitchen) and living areas (bedrooms and living area).

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

The view through the corridor to the part of the peeking kitchen will lead you to the main area, where all the action around the fireplace is concentrated. It also sets off the comfortable U-shaped seating that is inserted between the fireplace and the walls. Opposite it is the dining table and bench, which is a continuation of the line of the kitchen.

dining room, Markéta Bromová architekti

dining area, Markéta Bromová architekti

The main concept of the design consists of two opposing and complementary principles. The timeless and very durable concrete screed, which was a necessity given the large family and the traffic under consideration, is on the floor throughout the apartment. The second principle is based on the historical character of the interiors of cottages and country houses. Material solutions and workmanship of the ceilings in the main space, the kitchen, the built-in cupboards and the fireplace refer to the traditional solution but maintain modern requirements for aesthetics or maintenance.

kitchen, Markéta Bromová architekti

floor plan

Materials
concrete – kitchen countertop, custom-made sinks
patinated brass – extractor hood cover
solid timber – custom-made furniture
ceramic handmade tiles – fireplace

Products and Brands
ceiling lights dining room, wall lights bedroom — Severské světlo\www.severske-svetlo.cz
switches, sockets — KATY PATY\www.katypaty.cz
rugs, textile — Zara Home\www.zarahome.com
rugs, textile — H&M\www.hm.com
wall arm light Flos 265 — Flos\www.flos.com
headboard — Jotex\www.jotex.se
sofa bed — Innovation Living\www.innovationliving.com
dishes — Cyril Hančl\www.cyrilhancl.com
fireplace tiling — Kaufmann Keramik\www.kaufmann-keramik.de
chairs — TeakPeak\www.teakpeak.cz

kitchen, Markéta Bromová architekti

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

bedroom, Markéta Bromová architekti

kids room, Markéta Bromová architekti

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

Weekend Apartment by Markéta Bromová architekti

bathroom, Markéta Bromová architekti

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