In February 2017 ZTC finished works on a private house near Oslo in Nesodden, Norway. The two-storey house is about 300m2 large and is built in the peninsula with views of the city of Oslo and the Oslo Opera House.
This private house project has a very complex architectural solution. Owners of the house wanted to build a house in an old-fashioned elegance. Therefore, the house has special siding, as well as it will have an original roofing – copper combined with authentic old-fashioned roof tiles. Although house owners want to live in a house with an old-fashioned look, the client and ZTC chose to use ecological materials for the building.
Scope of ZTC work
ZTC produced the construction design for the house. Specialists in the ZTC factory produced construction elements of the house. ZTC workers assembled the building on site and did finishing works to deliver an externally complete house, including copper roofing.