Functionalism in the vineyard

Bzenec, 2008

Vineyard orchards that turn into a family house. It is located at the end of a street in the small South Moravian town of Bzenec.

The existing house has been completely rebuilt into a functionalist villa, which hides many surprises in its interior. The grandiosity of the house is the views and glazing of the northern and southern facades, where there is a perfect illusion of mutual interconnection between the interior and the exterior.

Elements by famous architects and artists such as Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe complete the space of the house.