This House Was Built Into A Polish Hillside

October 1, 2019
Architecture Ideas - This modern has been built into the hillside, integrating with the surrounding landscape, and creating a closeness to nature. #ArchitectureIdeas #GreenRoof #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #GlassWalls
Photography by Pawel Ulatowski

Architect Przemek Olczyk of Mobius Architekci, has designed a modern house that’s nestled into the hillside in Warmia, a historical region in northern Poland.

The design of the house represents the owners desire to have a home that would be secluded, integrate with the surrounding landscape, and create a closeness to nature. The simplified form of the roof, with its 45 degree slope, refers to traditional rural buildings found throughout Poland.

Architecture Ideas - This modern has been built into the hillside, integrating with the surrounding landscape, and creating a closeness to nature. #ArchitectureIdeas #GreenRoof #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #GlassWalls
Photography by Pawel Ulatowski

The lower section of the house has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that look out onto its grassy surroundings.


Architecture Ideas - This modern has been built into the hillside, integrating with the surrounding landscape, and creating a closeness to nature. #ArchitectureIdeas #GreenRoof #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #GlassWalls
Photography by Pawel Ulatowski

The house, which is split into two levels, has a courtyard that transforms into the hillside, and connects with the green roof.


Architecture Ideas - This modern has been built into the hillside, integrating with the surrounding landscape, and creating a closeness to nature. #ArchitectureIdeas #GreenRoof #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #GlassWalls
Photography by Pawel Ulatowski

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