| By Maria Cruz

Concrete Warsaw

Amidst nature

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The 600-sqm Concrete house designed by Rafal Barycz and Pawel Saramowicz from Barycz & Saramowicz Architects has been built in the midst of nature, made up essentially of pine trees, on the outskirts of the city of Warsaw, Poland. Discreet and with architectural design that allows it to blend in with the landscape, the Concrete house is focused on interior well-being, to which excellent functionalities contribute, dialoguing, however, with the natural beauty of the exterior. Its almost square geometry, with areas separated by an atrium, and the exterior colour (pine bark) stand out for their originality. The house has been conceived as a kind of an architectural mirror.

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The 600-sqm Concrete house designed by Rafal Barycz and Pawel Saramowicz from Barycz & Saramowicz Architects has been built in the midst of nature, made up essentially of pine trees, on the outskirts of the city of Warsaw, Poland. Discreet and with architectural design that allows it to blend in with the landscape, the Concrete house is focused on interior well-being, to which excellent functionalities contribute, dialoguing, however, with the natural beauty of the exterior. Its almost square geometry, with areas separated by an atrium, and the exterior colour (pine bark) stand out for their originality. The house has been conceived as a kind of an architectural mirror.

 

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