Glass house by the red maple
Architect: KAGER HOUSE
"It’s inseparably linked with nature. Inseparably because its basic and primary construction is made of wood."
Large glass surfaces open up a family lounge with dining area, living room and kitchen and connect them with the nature. The ground floor is complemented with the bedroom for parents, their bathroom and wardrobe and there is also beautiful staircase to access tthe upper floor. This one is for two teenagers who enjoy spacious and bright rooms with a balcony, a separate bathroom and a nice gallery.
Each product is unique. Not only because of the architecture, it’s unique because of the traces of human hands. The work of these hands leaves indelible marks. Sometimes in fully treated wood and sometimes in small “errors” which indicate the presence and the role of human beings. It’s not that machines are not present. They are, but only in the segment, where the machines help to do the job faster and more efficiently. This is the work of cutting large pieces of wood. This is left to the machines, leaving us more time to work on areas, where machines are unable to compete with the feeling of human hands.