Seemingly randomly scattered, Kraków-based architecture studio BXB studio Bogusław Barnaś sought to define the barns through their surrounding landscape, the position of the sun and the end function of the building.
First coined by painter and architect Michał Elwiro Andriolli, the 19th and early 20th Świdermajer architectural style was inspired by both existing trends and those fomented at the 1873 World Fair in Vienna, whilst also giving a nod to the wooden architecture of Podhale as well as the aesthetics applied to traditional Russian dachas, Alpine cottages and buildings of rural Mazovia.
The seven-storey, 52-room Breath-In Hotel aims to mimic the dimensions and silhouettes of the town’s historic architecture whilst harnessing the latest eco-minded technology and solutions.
The 33-year-old from Kielce has now been flooded with media attention and customer orders after his wife posted photos of the intricately carved pieces onto social media.
Found in the village of Pasynki, the 19th century church has been cited as one of the most striking examples of wooden ecclesiastical architecture in Eastern Poland.
The coins date from between 1657 and 1667, pointing to their minting shortly after the Deluge, a series of wars with Sweden throughout the 17th century which wreaked havoc and destruction throughout the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Located in the heart of Warsaw, the new benches have a striking simplicity, consisting of a row of smooth wooden slats supported by a frame, with no back or armrests.
Thanks to the renovation visitors can now visit throughout the year.
The new walkway will allow visitors to escape city life and get up close to the birds.
Combining wood with cutting-edge design the building comes bristling with green credentials.