To all intents and purposes is the project we have in mind for years.Equipped with sauna! Fantastic and wonderful!To be copied in its entirety!
Czech studio Stempel & Tesar has completed a house that looks likes it’s being swallowed up by the landscape.
The family house is located in Český ráj, an 18,000-hectare nature reserve also known as Bohemian Paradise, and the house nestles against a hillside blanketed with grass.
Stempel & Tesar tunneled down into the landscape to make room for a sauna that had been requested by the client. “We decided to add a basement rather than increase the footprint of the house,” architect Jan Tesar told Dezeen. “It wasn’t too complicated to build because of the sloping site.”