Scandinavian line of the exterior is typical for the houses of F9 / F14 subtype, namely inclined roofs following the slope of the land in the foots of Vitosha and with wooden lining as well. The abundance of wood into the facade of the end section also hints about the warm inside. The outside private areas of the yards and the inside ones having large glass areas are directed to South-West towards the mountain. The interiors of some houses have also their “chilly” side.
For instance, a similar one is the interior of Option 1 with a lot of white in the kitchen, where the furniture is painted with white varnish and the bright emphases are allocated between the chairs and lighting bodies. In the living room the white colour is reserved for the walls and ceilings, the stone fireplace is constructed in a severe geometry and beige colour and meanwhile the warmth of the parquet wood balances the colour environment of the room.
In unison with the warm facade of the house the interior of Option 2 is made of darker wood. This is also valid both for the kitchen and living room. As a counterpoint a light grey granitogress for the floor is used.
Due to the efficiently used slope of the land the garage is comfortably located at the ground level and the first floor is at one and the same level with the yard, which visually enters the garden into the interior. The spots in the daily zone are clearly determined so the kitchen and dining room not only form one block but are also located a little bit upper comparing with the living room. At the second level there are two bedrooms with a bathroom and closet and the attic is completely occupied by the parent’s bedroom with individual bathroom and closet. The yards of the end sections detached by mason walls could not be seen by the passersby. Thanks to these walls next to the house a BBQ zone is formed under the shadow of the pergola.