As the name suggests, the main theme is a house covered with a copper sheet. The inspiration for this facility was the surroundings of the former Krakow Fortress, now known as the site of the Kościuszko Mound. Numerously preserved brick walls accompany walkers in this charming neighborhood. When designing, we thought about specific colors, but we did not want to go simply to brick clinker. Copper sheet has a noble structure and an appropriate degree of reflex. It is a great contrast to the previously selected Wienerberger * tile from the Actua Light * series. The choice turned out to be very good. We put the sheet metal on the gable walls of the building and the dormer windows, and the tile flows from the gable roof to both the northern and southern elevations. There is a commercial space on the ground floor, while the upper floors are occupied by apartments. The project is currently at the preparatory stage for implementation.

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