House “Košuta” is a representative of rural karst architecture with typical karst elements.
Wooden “gank”(kind of balcony) in accordance with karst logic is placed in a wind protected sunny courtyard.
It serves as the outer cover to access the premises in the upper floor and incorporate the facade in a living space.
Typical karst houses used to have smooth surfaces or even final render made of fine mortar.
This appearance was achieved by applying white CreativTop Fine in slurryng technique.
The synonyms for Karst building material are also stone, spruce and oak wood which give a character touch to Kosuta’s house.
House is a new build connected with old also renovated building.
System: Baumit StarEPS
Materials: EPS-F boards, StarContact White, UniPrimer, CreativTop Fine slurrying technique