The design is based on a functional arrangement. The house is divided into two parts: common and private. The first zone is represented by a kitchen-living room with a dining area and access to a terrace; the second zone is represented by a bathroom, WC, dressing room, utility room, and bedroom. By combining all wetcore areas, we created a central compartment. This allowed us to achieve proper zoning and maximum free space without corridors, dead ends and dozens of doors.
The residents' movement pattern shapes the space. For instance, when the owners walk down from the bedroom, they find themselves straight in the bathroom and dressing room and further they follow to the kitchen-living room. Thanks to the reasonable allocation of functional areas, a person is able to perform day-to-day activities as comfortably as possible.