The design of the Polish Cottage draws on the construction traditions of Polish ethnographic open-air museums, Zakopane style, carpentry culture and the folk architecture of Polish wooden log churches.
The design of the Polish Cottage takes it’s inspiration from Polish wood architecture, Polish rural culture, picturesque churches with roofs covered by wooden slate shingles and all the splendour of old wooden constructions. This house is a modern interpretation of our unique and rich Polish cultural heritage.
The Polish Cottage is a three-storey house. The basement consists of a garage and technical space. The ground floor is a fully transparent living space with an open functional layout. The attic in the roof space holds a private zone, bedrooms, study rooms and a library. The unusual geometry of the roof has allowed us to include and arrange two additional viewing spaces at mezzanine level, which form another part to the attic top floor residential level.