R House by Tamizo Architects located in Pabianice, Poland | The Hardt
R House by Tamizo Architects located in Pabianice, Poland. Beautiful clean lines and angular design are an accompanied by subtle textures in the decor and concrete walls create an understated elegance, an elegance you can’t help but fall in love with. The monochromatic style (a personal favorite) can run the risk of feeling a bit too dull but when combined it with furniture minimalist and floor to ceiling glass, now you’re talking perfection. Putting every ounce of energy into an interior and having it come across effortless is the goal of many if not every interior architect and Tamizo Architects crushed it with this dime piece. As always, keep it moving to the link in bio to check the full project on TheHardt.com, this is one not to miss.
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Auto-Family House by KWK PROMES located in Ksiazenice, Poland. The owner of 10,500 ft² (975 m²) home is an avid art collector, which inspired the idea of joining together: the entrance, the driveway and his gallery of paintings located in the tunnel.
The only access to the plot is from the south, affecting in a conflict between the driveway and the garden to be designed. Therefore, the garden and the house is elevated to the level +1 while the entrance stays at the level 0.
For the inhabitants comfort the driveway leads them to the garden, creating an easy connection between two floors. To preserve the garden intimacy, that could be disturbed with an entrance, the driveway was covered with green roof and walls. As a result, the created tunnel rises up into the garden and becomes the house.
The house owner is an art collector what inspired the idea of joining together: the entrance, the driveway and his gallery of paintings located in the tunnel. Therefore, the living space expanded after adding the driveway and the car is now an integral part of the interior.
Nowadays the houses are located in the suburbs and the outskirts of the city. Thus, the car plays a significant role in the main transport. As a result, we enter the house driving in through the garage and the main entrance is hardly used. In Autofamily House the garage, a typical part of the ‘unclean’ zone, is now the representative entrance driveway section.
Therefore, a new typology of a family house is defined by joined entrance and driveway that now is a part of the clean zone. The moment of driving in the garage becomes a pleasant experience. Thanks to this solution and today’s technology, the car is getting more and more important as it improves the quality and comfort of life while being an excellent element of interior design.
Located in Poznań, Poland, Cedar House (2013) by Mariusz Wrzeszcz Office. This detached house is built on a base of the wooden frame structure. The interior and exterior covered with cedar wood. It was designed on a single level to make the house easily accessible for a single owner. Without any stairs, it creates a seamless connection with the terrace and garden. Spacious glazing provides plenty of sunlight emphasizing the smooth transition between the inside and outside.
The front side of the building has a simple, compact and closed facade. The garden facade is open and blending with nature. The house is full of peace, serenity and internal balance.