坐落在风景如画的捷克贝斯基迪山脉的青草山麓，这个由捷克建筑师帕维尔·米切克（Pavel Mčchek Architects）设计的房子是一个当代的小木屋，通过极简主义的精致镜头过滤了该地区的乡土建筑。由于严格的建筑法规规定了建筑的形状，建筑师们认为这座房子是两种对比材料之间的基本对话，这两种材料是混凝土和落叶松木材，这使他们能够在建筑熟悉的形状中注入雕塑技巧，从概念上唤起周围景观的形态。
Nestled in the grassy foothills of the picturesque Beskydy Mountains in the Czech Republic, this weekend house by Czech practice Pavel Míček Architects is a contemporary chalet that filters the area’s vernacular architecture though a lens of minimalist refinement. Constrained by rigid building regulations that dictated the shape of the building, the architects conceived the house as an elemental dialogue between two contrasting materials, these being concrete and larch wood, which allowed them to instil a sculptural finesse into the building’s familiar shape, and conceptually evoke the morphology of the surrounding landscape.
The house takes the form of a typical, gabled roofed mountain cabin, stripped down to its elemental geometry: a rectangular block topped by a triangular prism. By using concrete for the former and timber for the latter, the architects have highlighted the building’s minimalist shape and accentuated the inherent heaviness and lightness of the two building materials.