Architecture created essentially upon the foundations of a tradition which is separated within a geographically and culturally distinguished area. Its aesthetic characteristics are dependent of its surrounding. Unpretentious, simple, local, authentic. Its source of principality brings together the context of time and space. Folk architecture was in fact vital, simply for the reason that possibilities were limited.
There is no concept, there are only architectural principals according by which a project is conceived and built. The strategy of design does not derive from a revolution, but rather an evolution – an understanding of the processes happening all around us. An interpretation of processes through modern society.
To achieve a balance of the context, needs, and architectural forms, not by pastiche or through imitations of the past, but by using modern-day materials and possibilities, by restoring pragmatism and common sense, mostly through inner harmony of the context and results.
The mutual relation of creative flows and contemporary architecture and architectural folk heritage, i.e. the entire process of development in construction, is subjected to a certain legality in the sense of procedural development. Such views on the creative cultural process will apply to the consideration and evaluation of the process of technical creation. The cultural filter did not lessen the original, rich patchwork of the creative charge of folk architecture. Only a higher developmental stage of an integral, self-contained architectural approach towards materialistic (non)culture can free the creative area from the coated elements of inherited heritage.
The competition, as a complex of two objects, similar in function, and different in interpretation, set clear terms. The parcels are situated one by one, each defined by its own urban rules. The situation in which the objects are located next to each other, tied to a curve as an intangible boundary which defines and assigns order, a beginning and an end.
The house must redefine the significance of a settlement, it should not be fragmented and broken like the debris of unfinished houses – rather, it must generate a system of its own significance.