neostudio: house near pozan
neostudio: house near pozan neostudio: house near pozan
sep 29, 2010

neostudio: house near pozan

house near pozan by neostudio architects all images courtesy neostudio architects

polish neostudio architects have sent in images of their project house near pozan, poland. the residence is located on a picturesque plot that originally was a home for seed drying of a local agricultural university.

the main task was to create a new structure that would accommodate a spacious single storey living space with a kitchen and a dining area. the existing building was to be refurbished to house a garage and storage functions in the ground floor and bedrooms in the upper levels. the new structure is attached to the existing one through a staircase.

the entire building is clearly divided into two volumes – the old one with its historical charm that shows its primary usage and the addition that is a clean contemporary form. used materials and large windows in the living space connect with the surrounding scenery.

project info: architects: neostudio architects location: suburbs of poznan, poland project team, architecture: bartosz jarosz, pawe ewierkowski, interiors: bartosz jarosz, pawe ewierkowski, magda nowak structural engineer: marcin bielecki client: private project area: 224 sqm design year: 2008 construction year: 2008-2009 photographs: pawe ewierkowski

  • nice external, awful internal

    Ivan says:
  • Ugly inside and out

    DAV says:
  • totally awesome!

    kris says:
  • I love it (maybe except of the grass table…) 😀

    milen says:
  • yeeeeahhhh!!!!!!!
    this way we CAN live in a white box!!! you can actually leave your stuff outside a wardrobe!!!!

    nachofabio says:

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