urban forester house by modelina architekci
urban forester house by modelina architekci
dec 31, 2012

urban forester house by modelina architekci

‘urban forester house’ by modelina architekcikitchen space



the newly built terraced house still in raw state fell into the hands of polish mode:lina architects, conceiving a cosy open space was to create different zones for different functions by changing material both on the floor as well as on the ceiling. in order to bring more nature into this urban house, the floor in the living room was covered with cow hide and raw MDF bathroom sliding doors. incorporated as a main feature of the room, a tree branch chandelier becomes present, using wood from a tree where the owner spent most of his childhood holidays.



urban forester house by modelina architekciprefab staircase with oak wood finish.



urban forester house by modelina architekcimix of raw and clear, old and new



urban forester house by modelina architekcilamp – branch is a souvenir from childhood



urban forester house by modelina architekcibedroom with custom made wardrobe



urban forester house by modelina architekcibedroom and bookshelves



urban forester house by modelina architekcithe bathroom



urban forester house by modelina architekciraw MDF sliding doors with UV prints



urban forester house by modelina architekcifireplace



urban forester house by modelina architekcifurniture



urban forester house by modelina architekcioverview



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