It’s that time of year when families reunite for the holiday season. While time with loved ones are precious few, unresolved conflicts could often flare up. If this sounds familiar, then the Petr Stolín Architekt-designed “Zen Houses” may be your solution. Split into two parts, the twin structures measure three meters wide, with each half complemented by generous mezzanine areas and private courtyards. Boasting charming wooden frames, the elevated structures feature translucent acrylic panels that expose the oak design. One side is painted white and is created more as a creative space, while the other boasts a more homely aura with its rustic staircase and black walls. Check out the Zen Houses above and for more on the Czech architecture firm, head over to their webpage.