This modern day home in Gliwice, Poland, has a prolonged, narrow footprint that stands out from the conventional neighboring dwellings. The irregular form of the constructing inspired Widawscy Studio Architecture to layout the angular interiors in a similar manner.
The family house exudes a minimalist design both inside and out, with a simple colour palette and few decorations. Polished concrete flooring and white walls are the background for the unconventional furnishings. Customized designed in shades of aqua, the sofa, dining chairs and other accents add a dynamic touch.
The living, dining and kitchen regions are organized in an open strategy. Windows in diverse sizes flood this social zone in all-natural lighting, emphasizing the shapes, colours and textures.
A minimalist staircase leads to the 2nd level, exactly where the colour palette stays unchanged additional aqua accents embellish the family’s bedrooms and bathrooms. What do you believe of this residence in Poland? [Pictures and data offered by Widawscy Studio Architecture]