Featuring a minimalistic and elegant design envisioned by a company named at26 architecture & design, the White Cubes House is located in a quiet neighborhood in Bratislava, Slovakia. What makes this project stand out among its peers is a sense of duality, as the residence is flanked by several family houses on one side and apartment buildings on the other. As for the color palette, white is the predominant shade throughout the exterior and interior, but there are also grey concrete elements and wooden elements inside the social and private living areas.
In order to ensure a connection between the interior and exterior spaces, the architects decided to open up the first floor completely to the garden without sacrificing privacy in the process. As you can probably imagine, this was no easy feat, but it was achievable nonetheless as the upper floor and the street-façade are closed off almost completely.
The basement level comprises a storeroom, a wine cellar, a laundry room and a staircase that leads the way to the upper floor. The ground floor is where the garage, living area and entryway are located, while the second floor includes a bedroom for the children, two bedrooms for adults, and a master bedroom for the owners, which comes with its own bathroom and wardrobe.