OGMO. Because the home should be reflection of you, not just roof over your head.
In the former agricultural area of Poland, House I draws inspiration from the linear characteristics of surrounding terrain. The unique form of this building seamlessly integrates with its environment. House, that is both dominating and unobtrusive at the same time, tells the story of contradictions between urban and agricultural character of this area.
A unique form of house Y allows to create three distinct functional zones inside the building as well as three unique exterior spaces. Due to optimal house orientation, users can enjoy an all-day long light in the living room. This large space can blend almost completely into exterior through opening of large glazings on both sides.
House V has an open shape towards coniferous forests that are surrounding the plot from the northern side. Letter V is almost I but broken into two. This place of cut in volume is where the entrance is located – marked with two-storey high space and large glazing. House V has a shape that allows to make an exposed entrance from the road side and yet provide privacy on the other side of the plot, facing the woods.