The house is set in the centre of a beautiful garden. Each of the rooms is dedicated to one tree – the living room to an apple tree, the parents’ bedroom to a cherry tree, the bathroom to a peach tree, the guest room to a silver spruce, and the children’s bedrooms to a walnut.
The house is situated in the middle of a sunny meadow like a basking lizard. Each room has its own specific atmosphere and its own view. The design by Hájek Architects was inspired by a chameleon, with its eyes – the windows – rotating independently from each other and observing their surroundings.
The geometry of the house walls defines two different spaces within one plot: “the house space” and “the garden area”. The “house space” is focused on a particular tree. The “garden areas” are represented by sectors unseen from the interior.
The house sophisticated interior was made entirely of beech plywood (including its atypical floors) and contrasts with the concrete of the ceilings, glass elements and polyurethane on the façade.