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“Without opening an umbrella, we can relax using the exterior long wood bench that’s shaded by the roof’s overhang,” Adam says.
The bathroom is also outfitted with plywood walls and an epoxy resin floor.
The small bedroom features plywood walls, a twin bed, and a black-painted tree stump turned nightstand.
Arranged with a low-lying counter and stools, the glazed dining area evokes the sensation of dining outdoors.
Like the home’s exterior, the kitchen features a pale palette, which lends a fresh aesthetic.
A pair of 1970s velvet-upholstered armchairs flank a midcentury-style wood table in the living area. The kitchen features a line of cabinets suspended above the epoxy resin floor. “The glazing on the east side is as long as the facade and spans eight meters,” the architect says. “It’s adjusted and harmonized with the kitchen worktop.”
The plywood ceiling and walls lend and warmth and texture and reference the trunks of the trees around the house. The floors are made with epoxy resin, a material that’s as elegant as it is low-maintenance.
The micro home in Warsaw that architect Adam Pszczolkowski designed for his family and friends features expansive windows framed by plywood and white-painted HPL panels. “I chose white because of its modern and timeless character,” the architect says.