The slab house in Poland looks like building a LEGO house
The Slab House is a residential project recently completed in the suburb of PoznaÅ, Poland, by fashion: lina â¢. The property presented design challenges due to its hilly location, which required architects to get creative. They returned in childhood to everyone’s favorite building blocks, LEGO, which inspired the three-story design with the floors separated by equal slabs, resembling LEGO blocks stacked on top of each other.
Floor slabs extend beyond the walls creating outdoor spaces, some of which are covered. The ground floor houses the garage and the technical aspects of the house, while the first floor consists of five cabins – a dressing room, a guest bedroom, a bathroom, an open space with kitchen and the fireplace. with audio / visual infrastructure. Between the cabins are glass walls that keep sight lines open throughout. The top floor has cabins in the form of two separate house-shaped structures, one being the parents’ bedroom and the other the children’s bedrooms and an open mezzanine that leads into the living room below.
Between the ground floor and the first floor there is an outdoor area with a swimming pool.
Inside, the color scheme remains neutral with mostly white surfaces, wooden details, and gray furniture. The kitchen has white cabinets that match the entertainment wall, as well as a white Carrera marble backsplash and island.
Photos by Patryk LewiÅski.