Completed in 2010, J20 House is a modern home designed by DAR612, a Croatian architectural firm. It constitutes a family house that consists of two juxtaposed elements which form a T-shape, providing an abundance of light.
Another highlight is the houseâ€™s indoor pool, which is located on the first floor. The house itself is located on a gentle slope and it is designed as a juxtaposition of two elements. The said two elements are a perpendicular element which is covered in dark wood coating and a primary longitudinal wing with white finish.
The house has a T-shaped floor plan that enables maximum south and west orientation and views from both levels. The house, of course, has various different parts including a ground floor, the houseâ€™s first floor, and the houseâ€™s upper floor.
If you are interested in this family house, the followings are various things about the house that you might need to get some information on.
Constituting a family house located in Zagreb, Croatia, J20 House is a family house with a pool that is separately located above the houseâ€™s living room. The pool is visible from the rest of the house. Located on a gentle slope, the house has a childrenâ€™s area which is located on the first floor.
A two story-high entry divides the house into two segments, namely the east segment and the west segment. The east segment constitutes a secondary space with a garage which is located on the ground floor and a childrenâ€™s area which is located on the first floor.
As for the west segment, it constitutes a segment that contains the main living spaces, as well as the parentsâ€™ quarters which are on the upper floor.
The house also has stairs and a bridge, designed as a steel structure with wooden cladding, which connects spaces in the house and creates a dynamic flow and visually unifies the interior of the house.