When working with small sites, architects have to get creative. It’s the case for this project in Poznan, Poland. Located in a residential area with a very tight budget, the project was not overly impressive as it was mainly composed of smaller structures. The result was a 50 square meter house that basically doubles the space. The house is actually quite small, despite the fact that it’s only 50 square meters.
The entire structure seems to have been dictated by the conditions on the site. The space was cleverly organized. The exterior is defined by a steel structure and the same thing can be said about the interior. Every space is different. However, there’s a main element that defines the house. It’s the staircase that seems to provide the most circulation here as it’s a small floating structure. The house is also sustainable. It has underfloor heating and a ventilation system that uses solar power.
The residence has three bedrooms and each one has a different theme and orientation. The interior design is modern and simple. It features oak floors and concrete ceilings and floor and walls. The kitchen is especially simple. It has a strong and durable construction and it’s functional and modern appliances that make the most of the kitchen space and the views. The bathrooms are both modern and inviting. They have been decorated with bright colors that match those used in the living room and bedroom.