Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1999
suburban resedential area, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Total floor area
groundfloor + 1
roof: prefabricated metal panels, glass, walls: glass, mortar
SADAR+VUGA (Jurij Sadar, Boštjan Vuga, Tatjana Kerčmar)
Gravitation towards delight the whole year round, generates migration throughout certain area.
Nomad House is a partially introverted structure with the living area extending into the greenhouse facing south, or onto the terrace-facing north, and into two atriums placed in the heart of the house.
Nomad House residents will use different zones of living area through out the year. The size and the meandering space settings of the house with two atriums allow for extending the living area and stimulate migration through out the house – resilient intensity of utilisation of certain living areas according to seasons.
Hence we become nomads within our own house.