A shelter for the forest. Weekend House Nové Hamry by David Zámečník

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NEW HOW arquitectos.
Petra Lehká & David Zámečník.
Built-up area.- 81 sqm. Gross floor area.- 190 sqm. Usable floor area.- 140 sqm. Plot size.- 975 sqm.
Substructure.- Provast.
Load-bearing wooden structure of the house – CLT panels NOVATOP.- 3AE.
Sheet metal roofing and facades – Al folded sheet PREFA Prefalz anthracite.- Tomáš Padevět.
Floors on the ground floor – marmoleum FORBO.- REALSTEP.
Interior and exterior cladding with wood and OSB.- Milan Panoch.
Kitchens, beds and shelving systems.- IKEA.
Carpentry and stairs.- Petr Višňovský.
Upholstery.- Comfortella.
Bathrooms and tiles.- SIKO BATHROOMS.
Locksmith products.- ALIA SYSTEM.
Nové Hamry, the Ore Mountains (Karlovy Vary Region), Czech Republic.

David Zámečník, Filip Havliš. NEW HOW

NEW HOW is an architectural studio, which builds on the experience of the previous architecti.cz office and the independent work of its founding members, architects David Zámečník. and Filip Havliš. The predominant part of the work is residential and commercial architecture, but in addition, the studio was given the opportunity to design several projects in a mountain environment. During its existence, the studio has received several awards in architectural competitions and their projects and realizations have been published in various professional media. So far, the studio's greatest success has been winning an international architectural competition for the New Ke₧marok Cottage in the High Tatras in Slovakia. Whether it is a small design, interior, house or urbanism, architects always try to create and collaborate with the client in the design process, ideally from study to implementation. They have verified during many years of practice that this is the only way to guarantee a quality result and final satisfaction on both sides.



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