Markéta Cajthamlova’s two-person home in Bus, Czech Republic works with the surrounding land to achieve an uncommon level of seclusion. The house sits at a village’s edge on sloping land, and Cajthamlova has placed it in such a way that no other houses are visible from the lot. The main room hosts kitchen, dining, and living furnishings, and is connected to the covered terrace—itself equipped with a hot tub and pool. The construction itself mirrors that sense of functional fluency; red cedar and concrete details are particularly common.
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