Zx141 is a one-story house with a flat hipped roof and a double garage with a visual aspect of modernity. White and black and the bedroom rising above other rooms give it a breeze and elegance. Glass balustrades and portfolio windows crystallize its unique style.

The building was divided into two parts.

The ground floor is a fancifully decorated daytime living zone. Places left in the hall for built-in wardrobes will allow us to organize our outerwear in an easy and quick way. Bags, shoes, overcoats, hats and scarves will eventually have enough space.

Adjacent to the kitchen, the pantry, which is the link connecting the hall with the kitchen, will allow us to secure jars, weaves and a supply of flour or sugar, so that we do not have to constantly go shopping for the most commonly used groceries.

The spacious and bright living room with a tasteful dining room create a place where we can relax, celebrate our name day or child’s birthday. The warm glow of the fireplace will then become the main point that attracts the attention of guests.

The right part of the house is our private kingdom. Not everyone has access to it. Three bedrooms, all of which have a terrace exit, are our quiet asylum. From the parents’ bedroom, two exits lead to the terrace. The pool and garden arrangement constitute a compatible whole for the comfort of our rest. The architectural accents are mainly darker fragments – from the front a cubic with the main entrance highlighted with an arcade of steel construction, and from the garden side a pergola emphasizing the rest area. The fourth room at the front may be a guest room for the family visiting us, or the study of one of the spouses.

The Zx141 project is dedicated to a small family who wants to decide about their lives in peace, quiet and the warmth of a home.



Usable floor area: 154.59 m²

The built-up area is 242.95 m²

Cubature 582.82 m³

A depression angle of a roof 1.00 °

Roof area 185.00 m²

Building height 5.30 m

Min. Plot dimensions: 29.46×25.06 m

Garage 36.30 m²

Author arch. Piotr Zwierzyński

Workshop Studio Z500