As part of the conceptual solution, weekend houses are designed sleeping rooms on the gallery, and kitchen and dining rooms with technical disposal rooms on the ground floor. What gives specificity to space, as a very characteristic part of the traditional Bosnian house, is its fireplace, which occupies most of the disposition and extends through two storeys.
The volume of the object is very specific for these mountainous areas and with its strongly expressed verticals and steep roof evokes the memory of the well-known images and forms that man encounters and recognizes. However, what contributed to the appearance and gave a whiff of modernity to traditional form is the unusual volume that permeates the form with its glass portal and complements it by leaving fantastic visions from the interior to the mountain.
In this way, once again, the emphasis was placed on the fireplace, as a central place of gathering and socializing in both dispositional solution and volume, so using a modern architectural language that clearly respects the context of the swamped, harmony between man and house, i.e. home and nature, was achieved.
This way of treating the object becomes a good example of respecting traditional form and integrating modern supplements.