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  7. City Home with a Touch of Fibonacci / Wlodek Sidorczuk - Comdesigne

City Home with a Touch of Fibonacci / Wlodek Sidorczuk - Comdesigne

  • 13:00 - 20 August, 2016
City Home with a Touch of Fibonacci / Wlodek Sidorczuk - Comdesigne
City Home with a Touch of Fibonacci / Wlodek Sidorczuk - Comdesigne, © Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski

© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski © Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski © Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski © Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski + 39

© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski

Text description provided by the architects. My Home = My Town.

Every family home has few habitants, diversity of functions and an approach to togetherness and individualism as well.

© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski

The answer to this design task could be found in a town and urban planning. Home and Town have similar principles: different people living, various functions, communities, streets, places and squares.

Floor Plan
Floor Plan

Applying this principles I created a design where habitants own their spaces as separate buildings. Different function concentrate around a courtyard - a common living space where all meet as in the ancient Agora.

© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski

The home is symbiotically joined with the site -- each space is treated as interior and exterior as well, as in a town every building has a garden or a tarrace. The spaces can live separately as everyone is integrated with its surrounding: courtyard, green area, view axes.

...400m2

© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
Axonometric
Axonometric
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski
© Wlodek Sidorczuk / Ignacy Matuszewski

Audio touch.

During the design process future habitants shared with me many ideas and stories from which one created the idea - love to sound and music. I have followed this inspiration and found ideal space based on mathemathic proportions of Fobonacci rule. The risk was to create a theoreticly ideal space for audio listening which practicly meant angled walls and ceiling. Once the concrete was poured the theory was imediatelly aligned with practice - a small private concert hall was created. Additionally we gained one more function building in our Town Home.

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Cite: "City Home with a Touch of Fibonacci / Wlodek Sidorczuk - Comdesigne" 20 Aug 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/793466/home-town-with-a-touch-of-fibonacci-wlodek-sidorczuk/> ISSN 0719-8884
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