Impressive Brick Monolithic Home with Minimalist Interiors: Podfuscak Residence

Impressive Brick Monolithic Home with Minimalist Interiors: Podfuscak Residence

Podfuscak Residence was designed by architects Tomislav Ćurković and Zoran Zidarić from Dva Arhitekta d.o.o. and is located in Zagreb, Croatia. Resembling a giant brick monolith, the exterior of this residence has a very strong visual impact.  The project was especially developed for a young family who wanted to enjoy the nearby views while still having a high amount of privacy. This were the factors that determined the home’s orientation which provides a secluded, yet open crib. The interior design is truly impressive, featuring modern arrangements with minimalist furniture ideas. Even though the family bedrooms are located at the first floor, most of the gatherings and activities take place at the ground level, which offers a perfect atmosphere for socializing. Freshome readers, how do you appreciate the design of the interiors in relationship to this project’s external appearance?  (Photographs: Robert Leš )

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3 comments

  • jignesh panchasara December 27, 2010 at 19:03 PMLogin to Reply →

    This kind of structure proves that simplicity is the best.

  • Jonathan January 16, 2011 at 10:01 AMLogin to Reply →

    Why did they plaster up the brickwork on the inside?

  • kikikamarena January 25, 2011 at 15:53 PMLogin to Reply →

    very unsurprising. a bit dissapointing really: they had so much going for them and yet such dull creation. sad.