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Damian Kotwicki | Przysucha

Concept & Competition Damian Kotwicki | Przysucha

Damian Kotwicki | PrzysuchaThe building will be built around a small Polish town Przysucha. The area is narrow 20m but long 300m, with entrance from the south. Building on a rectangular plan, gable roof, two deep undercuts. On the eastern side is the entrance to the building,  terrace with winter garden, overlooking the forest on the west side.

Damian Kotwicki | PrzysuchaShape of the house refers to a traditional Polish houses.  The east and west facades, roof is use titanium zinc sheets. At the peak elevations concrete brick black was designed. Large windows combined  with modern materials, makes the traditional form of  Polish house  modern, and minimalistic.

Damian Kotwicki | PrzysuchaInterior of the house in the living part shows the shape of the roof. Steel structure staircase and footbridge gives the interior an industrial character. White walls, concrete floor, steel painted black and green entering from the outside, highlight contemporary character of the interior.

 

Location: Przysucha, Poland
Architect: Damian Kotwicki
Usable area: 242  M2
Ground floor area: 190 M2
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