Architecture and interior design firm mode:lina, has recently completed Camppinus Park, a small group of resort houses that are located in the Polish seaside town of Jezierzany.
With dark wood siding, each resort home has a couple of bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and dining area.
Just off the front door is the first of the bedrooms. Glass walls help to keep the room bright, while wood adds a natural touch to the interior.
An interior glass wall showcases the stairs that connect the different levels of the resort house.
At the top of the stairs, there’s a hallway with hexagonal floor tiles.
The hallway leads to the small open-plan dining area, that’s furnished with black table and chairs.
Adjacent to the dining area is the kitchen, where black cabinets complement the black dining furniture, the black structural elements, and the black window frames.
From the dining and kitchen area, there’s stairs leading down to the living room.
The living room features comfortable furnishings, high ceilings, and large windows.
A large sliding glass door opens the living room to the rear deck.
Back inside, and there’s even more stairs that lead up to the second bedroom.
Similar to the first bedroom, natural wood elements are highlighted, while large windows follow the roof line.
Black design elements are continued through to the bathroom, with a black vanity, black flooring, and black shower frame. White tiles and skylights help to keep the room bright.
Photography by Studio Prototypownia | Interior Design: mode:lina™ | Project Team: Pawel Garus, Jerzy Wozniak, Kinga Kin, Malgorzata Wawrzynek
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