This minimalist condominium situated in Sofia, Bulgaria, was designed in 2015 by Elia Nedkov.
Description by Elia Nedkov
The challenge takes root within the new residential space of Lozenets, a historic district of the Bulgarian capital extremely esteemed for its strategic place overlooking the Vitosha mountain and for the combination of latest and outdated infrastructure, stays of the Soviet period.
The architectural language – whereas specializing in the core need of a household with two teenage boys for a beneficiant and light-weight residing quantity – goals on the idea of house as an intimate and clear surroundings. Additionally, it’s involved with giving to a 100 m2 house the feeling of an unbounded and pure place.
The subtraction of lintels and a few partitions, the synthesis of the areas; the opaque completed, constructed-in furnishings; the usage of oblique mild on a supplies of impartial look, equivalent to concrete, oak wooden, lime primarily based wall finishes within the bogs.
All this as a part of a continuing seek for a peaceable uniformity, which can also be one of many drives for my design and architectural observe.