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The House with ZERO Stairs by Przemek Kaczkowski & Ola Targonska

This unusual but beautiful home is located in Wroclaw, Poland. It was a project by Przemek Kaczkowski & Ola Targonska with the help of structural engineer Slawomir Pruchnik. The house covers a surface of 253 square meters and the construction was completed in 2011. As the name in the title suggests, this is a house that has absolutely no stairs. This was a request from the clients, a middle-aged couple that wanted a house that would be both practical and enjoyable.

The house with no stairs

The request was unusual but understandable and the site was quite friendly regarding this aspect. It was basically a flat piece of land in a suburban part of the city of Wrocław, surrounded by a bunch of houses with mixed styles and materials. The house was placed along the northern border of the plot and this way it shelters the remaining garden from unwanted views and the nearby road.

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The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

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The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

The house with no stairsView in gallery

The residence has a T-shaped plan and the rooms are functionally distributed within the house. The long wing accommodates the public areas of the house such as the living room, a home cinema space and the kitchen. Another wing incorporates the three bedrooms that are also opened to the terrace and the garden. The remaining part of the residence houses a technical room and a guest bath. There’s also the terrace connected to the garden.{found on archdaily and pics by Sebastian}

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Posted in Architecture on November 11, 2011

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