Deep in the dense forest that extends to the west of Warsaw nestles the private residence of an art lover and collector who wanted a home that evoked the ample spaces of art galleries.
So the Przemysław Olczyk Mobius Architekci architectural practice of Warsaw and Krakow designed a solution based on light and geometry to combine the intimacy of a private home with the majesty of a cultural institution.
The house evokes the cross-section of a tree trunk; in it, the residential areas are located closer to the circumference, while the centre of the structure contains a square courtyard with a green lawn.
In the bird’s-eye view, our drive-over Rondò lighting fixtures with radial light are visible bottom right, marking the entrance to the garages.
|Location||Izabelin, Warsaw, Poland|
|Application||Paths and steps|
|Project||Przemek Olczyk, Mobius Architekci|