House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

Architects: Neostudio Architects
Location: Poznan,
Project team: Bartosz Jarosz, Pawe≥ åwierkowski
Interiors: Bartosz Jarosz, Pawe≥ åwierkowski, Magda Nowak
Structural Engineer: Marcin Bielecki
Client: Private
Project area: 224 sqm
Design year: 2008
Construction year: 2008-2009
Photographs: Pawe≥ åwierkowski

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

This project is located on a picturesque plot that originally was a home for seed drying installation of Agricultural University – and with its magnificent Acacia trees plantation and natural splendor was a design challenge for us.

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

The main task was to create a new structure that would accommodate a spacious single story living space with a kitchen and a dining area. Existing building was to be refurbished to house a garage and storage functions in the ground floor and bedrooms in the upper level. New structure is attached to the existing one with the staircase.

The entire building is clearly divided into two volumes, the old one with its historical charm that shows its primary usage and the addition that is a clean contemporary form.

Used materials and large windows in the living space connect with the surrounding scenery and the form seems to be dissolved in the nature.

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski
Cite: "House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects" 18 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 01 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=82209>
  • http://individual.cl/ æon

    Nice combination with the wood, it looks lighter than before

  • pero

    veeery nice things comin’ out from my country. tak trzymać!

  • Rawan

    The building looks very natural because of the use of the wood that covers the walls. Also what makes the building have a spacial type is the contrast between the white painted wall and the wooden wall. on the other hand the glass which breaks the rigidity of the wooden wall.

  • maxD

    The table is really suberb!!! (So is the house)

  • ariana roberts

    interesting furniture…but great house