"The story of this house begins with the vision of a house in nature, built of hemp.
The project task originally envisaged the construction of a typical house based on the principles of hemp construction that could be applied in different spatial contexts in terms of its configuration – form and spatial organisation. In the initial phase of the design, the principles of modulation of the flexible spatial configuration were established, which would offer the possibility of variations in terms of the number of modules as well as their mutual arrangement, i.e. the distribution of functions within each module. Indeed, the house is conceptually defined by a series of connecting modules that allow for a gradation in the size of the house. These premises have strongly influenced the further development of the project, although the idea of a typical house has been abandoned. Nevertheless, this house retains the character of an uninterrupted series – a matrix that can be conceptually and hypothetically connected ad infinitum."
Photography by Marko Milovanović, Sonja Lazukić, Ljubica Arsić, Daniel Fuchs.
Thanks to Elena Lurati.
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