Who has ever claimed that a house must have only one roof? And who said that if there were multiple roofs then they would have to be of the same kind?
A house situated in the heart of a village called Výčapy-Opatovce has three roofs and all of them have different shape. The biggest one that covers living zone with maintenance room and bathroom is a timber flat roof. The other roofs are sloped with the same angle, however one is shed and the other one is gable. The shed one covers master bedroom with private en-suite and closet, while children bedrooms are sheltered under gabled roof. Part of the house with sloping roof shows different facade material (I recommended brick-like cladding) which is supposed to give the surrounding more energy than white cubic volume with flat roof.
location: Výčapy-Opatovce, Slovakia
project|construction period: 2013/2015