Located in the little fishing village of Stoliv 8 kilometers away from the town of Kotor in Serbia and Montenegro, the Vila Stoliv was designed by the practice of Enforma Architectural Studio in an inaccessible location that offers amazing views of the surroundings.
The house is financed by the “Pluto Capital” investors and their demand was to have a house that adapts to its location, taking advantage of the views and using contemporary design techniques. The project incorporates these aspects by using radial stone walls to create three primary parts and glass surfaces to provide a connection with the environment.
Spreading over a surface of 424.5 square meters, the space has three floors, one of them being the basement which hosts the garage, a shed, a laundry room, a gym and a winery. The ground level has the main entrance leading into the living room with the kitchen and dining room and connected directly with the terrace and swimming pool outside. This level also includes a spa and sauna with a shower linked to the pool and the guest apartment with a separate entrance.
The first floor is designed as the private area of the house, with two bedrooms, a bathroom and a master bedroom with its own wardrobe and bathroom. All the bedrooms are connected together through a large terrace covered with automatic tarpaulin.