The Perforated House by Piotr Kluj and Pawel Litwinowicz is a baroque-themed residence that is modernized to fit the design style of today.
Located in the heart of Poznan, Poland, this rectilinear home is attached to a retro, two storey building. The residence boasts a minimalist aesthetic that is enhanced with baroque elements, adorning its facade.
The new house is a renovation of a semi-detached dwelling from the 1970s and features its client's vast and antique furniture collection. 'Its architects were free to use the whole width of the house and constructed a double garage with a shallow ramp at the front with a fully glazed prospect at the back.'
In addition to its other features, the Perforated House by Piotr Kluj and Pawel Litwinowicz allows direct garden access from its living room.
Modernized Baroque Housing
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