Forest dwelling: Harkavy Residence by Robert Gurney Architect
The authors of this project were specialists of Robert Gurney Architect. Contemporary house, called Harkavy Residence is located deep in forest, in a very quiet place away from the road. The house was built mostly of wood and consists of two parts. One-storied part includes bedrooms and two storied consists of living room, kitchen and two small offices in which family members can work without leaving their Forest dwelling. In the interior finishing, as well as in the facade, there area lots of wood: beech, cherry and teak. Two-storey house has a roof in the shape of a butterfly that was not done by accident. The roof of this form allows you to maximize collect rainwater, which is later used for a number of household needs.