Our colleagues from the Slovak branch of Fatra – Izolfa can be proud of insulating an interestingly designed family house. Thanks to its atypical structure, which was designed due to the slightly sloping and relatively narrow plot of land, it has been nicknamed the “Flying House”. The architect of the project is Ing. Arch. Martin Duchoň from Bratislava’s Greenstudio.
The house is located on the banks of the Danube and offers its residents a unique view of the surroundings. It is built on six above-ground pillars, so it does not unnecessarily take up garden space. In addition, the house is protected from floods.
Dark grey FATRAFOL 810 roof waterproofing membrane was used to insulate the roof of this architecturally interesting project. The membrane is stabilised by mechanical anchors and is pulled up to the attic of the house, where it is welded to the gutter made of laminated sheet metal. The project was supervised by a technician from Fatra Izolfa, and after inspecting the roof, the material was given a 10-year warranty.