House with ZERO Stairs by Przemek Kaczkowski and Ola Targonska

The capital of lower Silesia, Wroclaw in Poland is one of the rapidly getting popular tourist destinations, but is a relatively small blip on the European radar. These days, as people are becoming more adventurous, many charms of this small city are being discovered deservedly. The city boasts to have the second largest medieval market square in Europe, which is unquestionably delightful. Apart from this, there are spectacular gothic churches, lush parkland, scores of bridges over picturesque waterways and dozens of architectural delights. One such amazing yet beautiful creation is House with zero stairs designed by Przemek Kaczkowski & Ola Targonska. Polish architects Przemek Kaczkowski and Ola Targonska has recently completed the House with ZERO Stairs projecT.
Owners of this house are a middle-aged couple that approached the designer with one definite request mentioning that they wanted to build a house with no stairs, so that it would be equally practical and enjoyable as they get old. The site was just a flat piece of land in a second line of buildings within a suburban part of the city of Wroclaw that offered no obvious clues. Moreover, the site is amongst disappearing traces of a rural past that is enclosed by a chaotic mix of houses of different styles, conditions and materials.


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