A four-storey stylish villa near Vienna
Located in Klosterneuburg, a small city in the north of Vienna, this four-storey stylish villa designed by Architekt Zoran Bodrozic offers stunning views of the Vienna DC towers.
As the architect told 10 Stunning Homes, the project entitled House H_O “has precise propositions and exquisite design, made exactly for this clients, on this plot, in this situation, and it contains the precise follow of the different spaces and rooms, inside and outside, to provide the scenery for the living, changing with the time as the children grow, move out, the parents need two bedrooms, an office, the personal rooms, the flat for rent or for the guests, or the electrical cars with the charger and the photovoltaic on the roof.”
The bottom two floors are open only to the east, or to the atrium in the middle, and contain the garage, wine cellar, wardrobe, the guest room, bathroom, the sauna and utility room.
The upper two floors include the living area, a small office and the master bedroom with a wardrobe and en-suite bathroom.
“The 2 storey base of the house is closed, dark, connected with the ground, with the separate garden in the south, with own separate entrance also on the south side, outside stairs, and a big terrace on the roof above this 2 levels, and protects completely the two upper storeys with the living area and the master bedroom,” explained the architect.
While the upper floors are accessible through a modern staircase, an elevator is used to connect all levels of the stylish villa.
“The concrete elevator shaft, with the steel staircase around it connects all four levels, and provides the natural lightning of the back side of the lowest levels, till the entrance doors,” said the architect.
The third level of the villa has an open plan design and houses the kitchen, dining and living area. The modern living room is directly connected with a large terrace area with pool and garden.
“The north side is completely closed, with only one low horizontal window in the length of the whole living level, and the white, L-shaped upper level is closing the form, supported from one V-column on the south side and the elevator shaft in the middle,” said the architect.
The villa was designed as a low-energy house. A heating pump is used for heating and cooling, a controlled ventilation system for fresh air and solar panels for pool heating. Smart systems were built in (BUS).
Photography by: Robert Niederl