Red House / 2017
4 design days
SARP Katowice, Częstochowa
Cistercian Landscape Compositions of Upper Silesia. Gliwice, Rybnik, Racibórz and Kędzierzyn Koźle.
The foundation was created as a result of the 13th century. Compliant with the Cistercian rule, based on the principle of local materials – wood and bricks.
In Rudy and its vicinity, you can find many examples of brick buildings made in a masterly way.
The building is located on the edge of the city. SPD. Houses that have been turned into the future, which has been turned into the future of the virgin forest.
The square, brick cube of the house has been subjected to three simple treatments.
The western wall fell off towards a garden enclosed by a forest wall, creating a terrace accessible from the living room, dining room and master bedroom.
The south-eastern quarter from the side of the estate was hollowed out, thanks to which a closed entry yard surrounded by brick walls was created.
This part has two bedrooms and a living room fully glazed towards the forest. The flat part of the roof on the other quadrants was covered with a green roof.
The walls of the building were made of hand-sorted waste bricks from nearby brickworks.
A variation of cross-linking was used on the other side of the face.
This simple treatment significantly enriched the work of chiaroscuro on the façade. To complete the same pair of bricks, an openwork wall was created, could not break the clean structure of the façade.
At night, when the chiaroscuro does not work, the first plan is made of glowing drops of openwork.
plinth and roof
The building grows out of the ground.
In the process of patinating the ceramic material, the line of contact with the soil.
The green roof, which is to be a minimum extent, is a harmonic with the natural surroundings.
It was quite a challenge to choose a natural ceramic tile. This time is a hand-formed tile from Greater Poland.