Kuća Jančić

Smeštena na izuzetno zahtevnom terenu, ova kuća predstavlja odgovor na izazove lokacije, uz istovremeno korišćenje pogodnosti dominantnog položaja. Zahtev klijenta je bio da se što bolje iskoriste prednosti lokacije, pre svega fantastičan pogled na Petrovaradin. Zbog toga je kuća izdignuta u odnosu na teren, sa konzolno prepuštenom terasom, omogućavajući pogled i dajući osećaj dominantnosti u odnosu na okolinu. Sa druge strane, izuzetno strm nagib terena i nepristupačan prilaz, zahtevali su da prilaz i garaža budu na gornjem nivou, blago spušteni u odnosu na ulicu. Ova dva uticajna faktora rezultirali su izrazito longitudinalnim rasporedom, koji “zadire” duboko u parcelu.

Funkcionalno, kuća je podeljena na dve etaže: na gornjoj etaži nalaze se ulazni prostor, garaža i dnevni sadržaji; na donjoj etaži nalazi se noćna zona (spavaća soba i dve dečije sobe), kao i podrumska prostorija. 

U oblikovnom smislu, kuća je podeljena na dva međusobno kontrastna elementa: jezgro i spoljni omotač. Jezgro je monolitni blok koji “izrasta” iz terena, čineći stabilnu i čvrstu vezu kuće i tla. Omotač od tamnog lima čini zaštitnu “ljušturu”, koja prelazi sa krova na fasadne zidove gornje etaže. Unutrašnjost omotača obložena je drvetom, još više naglašavajući kontast između spolja i unutra, porodične topline i hladnoće spoljašnjeg sveta.

House Jancic is positioned on extremely demanding terrain and this house represents an answer to location challenges, and at the same time taking advantages of the dominant position. The client’s request was to make best of the location benefits as much as possible, above all a fantastic view of Petrovaradin. This is why house is lifted from the ground, with cantilevered terrace, allowing for a view and a sense of dominance in relation to the surroundings. On the other hand, very steep terrain and inaccessible access, required that access and garage be on upper level, slightly lowered than the street level. These two influencing factors have resulted in a highly longitudinal arrangement, which “runs” deep into the plot.

Functionally, house is divided into tow levels: upper level has entrance space, garage and living areas; on lower level there is night zone ( master bedroom and two children’s rooms), and basement area.

As for the form, house is divided into two contrasted elements: the core and outer shell. The core is monolith block that “grows” out of the terrain, making stable and firm connection between the house and the ground. Shell, made of dark metal sheets, goes from roof to the facade walls of upper level. Inside part of the shell is made out from wood, even more emphasizing the contrast between inside and outside, family warmth and coolness of the outside world.