The Polish coastal town of Jezierzany recently became a new tourist attraction thanks to a studio mode project: Lina. They designed a group of holiday homes that make up Camppinus Park. Both the architecture and the interior design of these resort houses combine elements of modern and traditional style. The result is an eclectic mix of a barn-inspired frame with a sloping roof, large windows, and a dark exterior created using the Japanese Shou Sugi Ban wood-burning technique.
The house has a living room with high ceilings, large windows and a large sliding door that leads outside, two bedrooms, a small dining area and a bathroom on two floors. The windows follow the roofline and let in plenty of natural sunlight, which benefits the rear-facing rooms. The other areas are illuminated by a series of skylights embedded in the pitched roof. Inside, the decor and ambience are balanced and hideous. The double high living room is on the ground floor. The small dining area and the black kitchen are on the upper floor.
The kitchen looks like a miniature version of the house, completely black and with its own sloping roof. A series of skylights bring natural light into the upstairs volumes. The dining area is small and is in a corner overlooking the courtyard.