This traditional house is in Ljuta, the historic part of Dobrota in the Bay of Kotor. The minimum operations done on the outside of this traditional building with baroque elements allowed the house to be transformed into a luxurious residence.
The design of the indoor spaces is characterized by the vertical division into three areas. This was made possible thanks to a central area that forms a single atrium where the right and left parts remain separate for the entire height of the house. The right section is more functional than the bedroom block. The chimney was separated from the rest of the environment by a glass sheet, whereas the children's bedroom is in the highest part of the house, isolated and with a window that overlooks the atrium in treehouse style.
The dematerialization of the communication points of the rooms, which the architects achieved through a bridge and stairway made in glass, contributed to creating a unique concept. This layering gives value to each room, but also creates an overall space where all three floors are visually connected