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House K by 3LHD

April 3rd, 2009 · 1 Comment

Our friends from 3LDH just sent us their latest project, the K House located in Zagreb, Croacia.


Family house K is situated on a large residential plot on a moderate eastern-facing slope at the edge of a forest near the base of Sljeme hill. By placing the object next to the street in the north-western corner of the plot, preference was given to a beautiful forest view; the uneven terrain was used as a means of developing the object’s volume.



The concept of the house is inspired by the shape of a snail’s shell, which involves a spiral twisting around its own axis, and as such all functional elements of the house follow each other and are built around a central atrium. The atrium was made in order to compensate for a lack of sunlight in the living-room area and enabled two-way lighting of certain rooms.



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  • 1 Elizabeth // Apr 7, 2009 at 12:58 am

    I am so glad you featured this house, thanks for posting this intriguing structure.

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