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Sieroslaw House by Modelina Architecture

Sieroslaw House

Sieroslaw House is an interior design project recently completed by Polish studio mode:lina™ architecture.

Architects from mode:lina™ architecture studio once again took up the design of house interior. Newly built house in Sierosław belongs to the small family – young parents, their small child and a dog. The task was to create space raw and minimalist, because that’s what parents like the most, and at the same time friendly and safe for the baby.

Sieroslaw House 1

Large glass cube in the kitchen area hides pantry. With translucent walls, it can shine only if the light inside is turned on. The island kitchen is a gray, steel cube, which is in 3/4 the height cut with woodendining table top.

Sieroslaw House 2

Optical lack of the furniture enlights minimalistic character of the interior. There are no heavy, self-standing objects and every storage space has been aligned to the walls. This integrity fullfills using of the same materials for building furnitures and finishing walls and floor. The only exposed objects are single chairs from famous designers, which add some colour into the raw, concrete interior.

Sieroslaw House 3

Common part of the house, which heart is the kitchen with huge island, is a one big space. All of its functions connect with each other. So that kitchen island pass into dining table, dining room changes fluenty into the living room. What is more, interior is separated from the garden by huge windows, this makes an impression of garden conncting with interior. Architects have created this space to be as big, open and full of light, as possible.

Sieroslaw House 4

Most of the space in the living room is occupied by huge sofa. It is perfect for family’s movie nights or relaxing in the front of fireplace. Fireplace with big concrete frame creates interesting pass from stairs to the open space, once again giving the impression of a smooth transition of one zone to another.

Sieroslaw House 5

Storage in the hall/porch, besides its basic function, crates comfortable place to seat while dressing up. Bathrooms are designed is the mood of the whole house. Warm texture of the wood combines with cold concrete.

Architects: mode:lina™
Project: Sieroslaw House
Design team: Paweł Garus, Jerzy Woźniak, Kinga Kin
Location: Sieroslaw, Poland
Area: 200 sqm
Photography: www.photographee.eu

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