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House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects

  • 00:00 - 18 October, 2010
House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects
House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects, © Pawe≥ åwierkowski
© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Poznan, Poland
  • Project Team

    Bartosz Jarosz, Pawe≥ åwierkowski
  • Interiors

    Bartosz Jarosz, Pawe≥ åwierkowski, Magda Nowak
  • Structural Engineer

    Marcin Bielecki
  • Client

  • Area

    224.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. 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
© 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.

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski
© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

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.

© Pawe≥ åwierkowski
© Pawe≥ åwierkowski

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
© Pawe≥ åwierkowski
Cite: "House In Poznan / Neostudio Architects" 18 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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