The house is built near Krakow, on the southern slope’s building plot with extensive panoramic views on mountains’ range Karpaty and Beskidy.
Timber elevation and roof (boards and shingle) are perfectly common to a local Polish nearmountain building tradition, which is exacly where the house is built. These natural materials will change during the time, they’ll “live” together with the seasons and wheather. Because of it with every passing month and year the building will blend more and more into the landscape.
Architects: doomo / Architects in Charge: Jarek Krysiak, Barbara Borowik-Krysiak / Photographs: Courtesy of doomo , Piotr Lipecki