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Szymon Szczesniak house / Moomoo

  • 01:00 - 30 September, 2008
Szymon Szczesniak house / Moomoo
Szymon Szczesniak house / Moomoo

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Wilga, Poland
  • Architects

    Moomoo - Jakub Majewski, Lukasz Pastuszka
  • Collaborator

    Tomasz Bierzanowski
  • Area

    130.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2008

From the architect. This house features a dynamic skin,  a curtain that covers the long side of the elevation. The intermediate space changes during the day due to the winds of the area.

House for a photographer, Szymon Szczesniak. A textile elevation of the house reacts for any tiny wind move, it creates an unusual space for resting, relaxing and finding inspiration.

Cite: "Szymon Szczesniak house / Moomoo" 30 Sep 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/6866/szymon-szczesniak-house-moomoo/>
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Uros Smolnikar · January 07, 2011

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lily · December 15, 2010

Do u have more pictures on this house? Thanks~

Dharma · February 05, 2010

CAN I SAVE THIS FILE ???

Jose · January 30, 2009

Hola, buen diseño, lo voy a emplear para mi lote en chapala, jalisco, mexico. Utilizando el menor espacio para no alterar el paisaje.

Becky · October 03, 2008

Im interested on what kind of fabric was used for the curtain, and how does it react to the weather.... think its crucial when doing such a design for a building facade...

jonathan@dailydesignspot · October 02, 2008

really fall in love with the simplicity of it... i know it is a little idealistic but living in savannah, GA right now (orig from halifax, NS) i can actaully see how wonderful this could be right now!!!!

jonathan
dailydesignspot.com

oh.. haha.. thanks ellen above for the little shout out.. and your welcome archdaily for another reader! ha

Rafa · October 01, 2008

Very nice coming from Poland. However, "Dynamic Skin"? Please, it's a curtain...hehehe...sounds like architectural B***S***!

Ellen · October 01, 2008

Hi, I just found your site from daliy design spot which I found on well fed-anyway, we are resigning our backyard and pool and I googled modern pools and found your site-interesting. Your pictures are very cool!!!

Musser · October 01, 2008

A lovely exercise in conceptual minimalism and rather nice to see coming out of Poland.

jimbob · October 01, 2008

nice renders.

Calvin · October 01, 2008

yeah that idea seems like a cheap facade that could be so much more

Rom · October 01, 2008

I hope Sczesniak didn't pay much for something you can get by drying laundry out in a yard.

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