The Upper Lusatian half-timbered house.

The contemporary version of the Upper Lusatian half-timbered house inspired by the charming village at the juncture of Czech Republic, Germany and Poland.

The idea of such design was to refer to local tradition. As a result of applying characteristic log construction, double- pitched roof and division of the elevation into two we got the building being the continuation of old time constructing. Contemporary log construction was pulled out of the outline which gave us open-work façade that became the covered terrace. On the gable wall, in the recessed porch there are classical door and windows referring to the regional style.