Konstanz House by Roland Stanczyk

By : Dennis Franklin | 18 Jun 2013 9:24 am | Homes, Interiors

The Konstanz House was created by the architectural practice of Roland Stanczyk and its interior was designed with the collaboration of the APA Kurylowicz design studio.

Located in a private community on the outskirts of Constance, 20 kilometers away from Warsaw, Poland, the house has a surface of 300 square meters and the ground floor is a single space with sliding doors separating the kitchen from the dining room.

The ground floor has a high ceiling with a large granite fireplace, oak furniture, dark leather sofas and two large crystal-chrome chandeliers hanging from the structural beams as the representative elements of this space. This space also leads to the back garden through a series of sliding doors.

The house contains two home cinema areas, one of them in the living room and the other one in the master bedroom and one other attractive element of the design is the imposing wooden oak staircase which leads all the way to an adapted attic which provides another 80 square meters of space to the house.



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