Project team:
Magdalena Baborska-Narożny
Bartosz Narożny
Interior and lighting design:
Marcin & Małgorzata Łucarz.

Two versions of a house located near the Landscape Park of Bystrzyca River. The architecture of the houses is a contemporary interpretation of the local dwelling type. Settlements outside Wroclaw were gradually incorporated into the growing urban agglomeration , and Jerzmanowo (Herrmannsdorf) changed its status in 1973. In an attempt to stop the degradation and disintegration of the original character of the settlement's architecture, these two houses were designed as simple, one-storey, pitched roof forms, echoing details of the neighbouring XIXc farmhouses.

Living room + kitchen open to east, south and west.
A double-sided fireplace divides the space between dining and leisure

The three south side windows open towards open fields and old part of the settlement and take advantage of the location of the house at the end of the street.

Lighting design, with lighting track,
allows flexible illumination and future growth