Although its namesake is a device used to determine the position of the stars, the Quadrant House tracks a different kind of light. The polish dwelling is a statue-like structure with a clean white facade that appears to have a gabled roofline from the street and a flat roof from the garden. Between the main living area and the spa, a mobile room automatically glides along a track, mimicking the movement of the sun. When docked, sliding glass doors on the interior spaces create a seamless progression to the terrace. Along the ride, the open-air room offers a shaded outdoor space with comfortable airflow to enjoy views of the garden.
Photos: Olo Studio, Juliusz Sokołowski and Jarosław Syrek / KWK Promes