Photo shoot of the Field House near Głogów (Poland) designed by architectural studio, Blank Architects Information on the possibilities of use the photographs: firstname.lastname@example.org or +48 / 606463444
The site and people dictated the way this house was created. It is located in the XIX century village that is built among two lines of roads crossing in the heart of the community. The crossing is accented by landmark church. The original backdated cottages are lined regularly among the roads and their brick façades with gable roof always facing the road. The village is surrounded by agricultural fields with big population of birds, deer and hares moving around freely. The site is a long strip of land at the end of one road. Further expansion of the village stops by the local graveyard sanitary zone.