A house near Prague, 20 minutes by car, located in an area along the Elbe River with potential light flooding. It draws inspiration from the surrounding Ker forest, resulting in a contemporary “flowing ground floor” design, historically used in riverine environments. The house is built using a classic solid spruce wood frame, shaped by electronic machines on-site, reducing lumber consumption for a sustainable construction approach. The two-floor layout is designed to adapt to the environment. The ground floor houses non-residential areas and a winter garden linked to outdoor space for summer use. This concept creates a “summer and winter apartment” to seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor spaces based on the season.