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A Glass Elevator on a Cute Gabled House in Poland

Posted on 05 March, 2017
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Designed by Architeckt Tadeusz Lemanski, the striking GG House is located in Krakow, Poland on a steep, south-facing slope.

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To deal with the steep site, a glass elevator to the side of the house glides you up four floors, moving through the view during ascension.

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A glass walkway makes it possible to walk along the side of the building to the glass elevator.

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Three small windows to the side of the living room share the light of the glass walkway.

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At night, the glass elevator is lit up from within.

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Cantilevered decks extend forward from the front of the building.

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The generous decks thus created allow for outdoor dining when weather permits.

 architecture

With most of the glazing to the front of the house, the house depends on the huge gabled front for its light.

 architecture

But every room can thus take advantage of the views out over the old city to the distant mountains.

 architecture

A gabled design that references the old world, and a glass extension that is very much new.


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 architecture

Designed by Architeckt Tadeusz Lemanski, the striking GG House is located in Krakow, Poland on a steep, south-facing slope.

 architecture

To deal with the steep site, a glass elevator to the side of the house glides you up four floors, moving through the view during ascension.

 architecture

A glass walkway makes it possible to walk along the side of the building to the glass elevator.

 architecture

Three small windows to the side of the living room share the light of the glass walkway.

 architecture

At night, the glass elevator is lit up from within.

 architecture

Cantilevered decks extend forward from the front of the building.

 architecture

The generous decks thus created allow for outdoor dining when weather permits.

 architecture

With most of the glazing to the front of the house, the house depends on the huge gabled front for its light.

 architecture

But every room can thus take advantage of the views out over the old city to the distant mountains.

 architecture

A gabled design that references the old world, and a glass extension that is very much new.

  • Tweet

 architecture

Designed by Architeckt Tadeusz Lemanski, the striking GG House is located in Krakow, Poland on a steep, south-facing slope.

 architecture

To deal with the steep site, a glass elevator to the side of the house glides you up four floors, moving through the view during ascension.

 architecture

A glass walkway makes it possible to walk along the side of the building to the glass elevator.

 architecture

Three small windows to the side of the living room share the light of the glass walkway.

 architecture

At night, the glass elevator is lit up from within.

 architecture

Cantilevered decks extend forward from the front of the building.

 architecture

The generous decks thus created allow for outdoor dining when weather permits.

 architecture

With most of the glazing to the front of the house, the house depends on the huge gabled front for its light.

 architecture

But every room can thus take advantage of the views out over the old city to the distant mountains.

 architecture

A gabled design that references the old world, and a glass extension that is very much new.

A Glass Elevator On A Cute Gabled House In Poland
 

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