The contrast façade of the luxury villa in Poland offers privacy and wonderful views at the same time.
Architects Przemek Kaczkowski and Ola Targonska designed a home for the investors, a middle-aged couple, which will look after them, even when they grow old. The house is built in a suburban part of the city of Wroclaw, the largest city in the southwest of Poland, on a flat piece of land with a T-shaped plan.
All the rooms are placed on one level just as the owners requested. This resulted in a solution with no stairs, which makes easier movement from one room to another. This modern family house has a homogenous façade clad with wooden slats, making it completely private.
The back side is completely different. Glass walls open to the elegant garden, and due to a gentle slope there is no need for the stairs. The living room is connected to the sunny terrace. The kitchen is at the heart of the plan and is also a transition space between the living room and the wing of the house where bedrooms are located.
A sloping ceiling above the living room gives the feeling of openness, while the private area offers all commodities in a bright and cheerful ambience…