The street facade has the least windows, protecting the inhabitants from the noise and gives them peace. In addition, various kinds of fences give them a sense of security. That’s where the house got its name: the Fence House.
There’s the unique kitchen extended into the garden and a large living room with mezzanine, reaching the attic. An unusual feature is the window in the hallway, which exhibits the owner’s unique car inside a graphite garage cube.
Ground floor is a common part for all inhabitants.
The living room is a large, open space, where the irregular window theme appears, exposing the natural exterior.
The most interesting part of the room is a mezzanine with a library, based on large steel beams. Bookshelves were built with old oak beams, one of Poznan’s old townhouses.
The shape of this building was dictated by its function. Household members, parents, and two children wanted to live independently. Hence the idea of dividing it into two parts.
Separate areas on the first floor allow adults to enjoy tranquility while kids can go crazy in their “own house”.