Nestled in the forest of Poland, a timber-clad box forms the House in the Woods. The rectangular dwelling sits on a small knoll overlooking a pond and is naturally secluded from neighboring structures by the surrounding trees. Its interior is defined by three zones — the parent's block, the child's block, and the communal block. A clean, white palette and polished concrete floors run throughout, providing a modern counterpart to the rural scenery. Flanking the main living space, large inset windows highlight views to the north and south. The sunken glazing also creates a sheltered outdoor patio for enjoying the natural setting.
Photos: Rafał Chojnacki / 081 Architekci