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Croatian creation: 2P house Zagreb, Croatia by SANGRAD + AVP Architects.

View from below.

Photos: ROBERT LES, SANDRO Lendler.

On a difficult plot in a well to do district of Zagreb, AVP Architects designed a Modernist house perched precariously on a steeply sloping site.

Although it appears like a single property, it is in fact two dwellings both enjoying the impressive views and yet their own privacy.

The architect has used the topography of the site to break-up the massing and to create privacy by preventing overlooking.

Energy efficiency was also considered, and a ground source heat pump feeds wall and underfloor heating.

Another view from below.

A view from across.

An entrance.

Looking in by night.

looking over the roof.

A night view.

View across the valley.

Interior stair.

Another view of the stair with kitchen.

Stair view.

 

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