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Tomislav Soldo Architect Designs a Modern Cabin in Ogulin, Croatia

By Magaly Grosso


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Built on the side of the mountain, where it seems to glide gracefully, and with the spectacular views that such a location includes, this beautiful cabin of concrete walls covered in black-painted wood invites us to submerge ourselves in it and its surroundings, disconnecting from the world. It sounds like a great choice for those days when we need a break to take a deep breath and start over.

This 100 m2 cottage is located in Ogulin, Croatia, and was designed in 2016 by Tomislav Soldo Architect.

Around it, the beautiful gardens full of lavender flowers and a pure green lawn create a backdrop worth admiring. In a social area, it has a barbecue stand for those days of enjoyment with family and friends.

Cottage on the slope of the hill
Cottage with black-painted wooden walls

Social area with black wood walls
Lavender flowers in the cottage garden

Already inside, we find beautiful light wood floors that complement the white walls and high ceilings.

A simple living room consisting of a set of chairs and a window seat as a sofa greets incoming visitors. It is accompanied by a fireplace that, in the cold days, will keep its habitants cozy and warm.

Living room with black chairs, window seat, and fireplace
Living room with window panes that filter the natural light

On the other side of the living room, we find a kitchen done in a modern and simple style. Taking advantage of the height of the ceiling, a mezzanine floor was built over this to serve as main bedroom.

White kitchen with the main bedroom perched above in the mezzanine
Kitchen with simple lines, done in white and light wood

At night, the light from the indoor lamps seems to flow through the windows and get lost in the dark and solitary surroundings that border it.

Night view of the illuminated cottage






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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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