The plot of this family house is located in Sazovice, a smallish village close to the city of Zlín.
It forms a part of an older development of family houses built in the second half of the 20th century.
Descending westwards, the plot is of a longitudinal shape, with the driveway located along the east side.
The single-storey house was positioned deeper into the plot, at a reasonable distance from the east-side fence.
This way, the volume of the building was reduced which allowed the house to blend in nicely with the surrounding terrain.
This impression will be even more strengthened once trees are added because they are supposed to outgrow the house mass in height.
The floor and roof levels slope with the surrounding, sloping terrain. The usable floor area is divided into three levels, with the garage in the front at the top level.
A ramp, inserted between the garage and the house living area, allows access to the house entrance area.
This is where the main living area is - the living room together with a kitchen and dining area, the toilet and the study.
Next to the living room, there is an exterior terrace, embedded into the structure of the house.
At the lowest level of the house, there is a rest area with bedrooms and a bathroom.
The bathroom can be accessed by stepping down three stairs from the main living area.
The house is equipped with intensive shading provided by exterior blinds which can also be used to shade the exterior terrace oriented to the west.
Natural materials were generally preferred during the construction.
The same goes for simple, time-proven solutions.
Perimeter constructions are made out of one-layered, precise ceramic brickwork which is covered by a thermally-insulating coat strengthened by a reinforcement mesh and a Baumit plaster.