Minimalist house located in the vicinity of the Kampinos Forest. The design concept was to create the aesthetics of an urban loft using only the necessary decorations.
The raw concrete ceiling, pale shades of wood, earthy colors, copper and corten elements allude to the surrounding colors of the forest, as well as to the Arte Povera movement exposing the rawness of materials and seeking the meaning of the everyday. The spacious, geometric and ascetic composition of the interior, as well as the lighting, which blurs the colors of the reddish elements with grays, is inspired by the work of Mark Rothko. The walls and floor in part of the house are finished with the same material, giving the effect of a sculpture in space.