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The building is located in the Sudety Foothills, on a large plot separated from its neighbors by some woodland. Its form recalls the pre-war country farm buildings characteristic of Lower Silesia. Two enlongated masses topped by a pitched roof form a cross with four wings, thus dividing the plot and decreasing the scale of the house by framing the views. It also contains protected annexes and differentiates functional zones. In order to make the mass homogeneous, both the roof and walls were faced with one kind of material: fiber cement tiles.






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