The concept was to build constructionally separate terraced houses. These terraced family houses are designed with identical built-up are and division. The houses are designed in regular shapes with flat roofs. The space in front of the garage and the entrance of the house is complemented with a wooden pergola. The houses are basement-less, on the ground level, there can be found a garage, the entrance to the house, a hallway, a dining room, a kitchen, a living room, a utility room, a bathroom and a reinforced terrace. The living room has a door to the terrace that is oriented to the garden. The access to the second floor, a single-flight staircase, is to be found in the central part of the area at the interface of the living room and the dining room The second floor then includes the communication space with the staircase, bedroom with a closet, two rooms, bathroom and a toilet. Other family houses are designed as solitary, two-storey, basement-less with irregular ground-floor and flat roof. The ground level is raised due to the disposition of the first floor with the access to the wooden terrace. From the living room and the dining room these is an access to the paved terrace that is connected to the wooden one from the raised part of the first floor. The terraces are oriented into the garden and are roofed by a wooden pergola.
David Kotek, Daniela Kočí, Pavel Krátký, Zbyněk Jendryka, Jan Müller