Extended apartment building is located at Czerniakowska, at the junction of Okrąg and Wilanowska. It was built towards the end of the sixties, in place of a townhouse that was demolished during war.
The eight level building’s front facade has a characteristic geometric composition of loggias, which inside walls where painted bold colors to contrast with stark white walls of the elevation.
Offseted ground floor houses two commercial units and an entrance hall flooded with natural light.
The main volume of the rooftop extension is located between two existing chimneys. Two adjacent, smaller volumes are situated in the back tract. Varying heights of the volumes provide room for terrace space.
The extension features two mirrored apartments. Living spaces are situated in the main body of the building, while kitchens and bedrooms take up the back tract.
Steel structure is based on reinforced concrete ring beams, poured out on existing rooftop. Walls were made of concrete blocks. Windows have aluminum frames painted white.
White plastered elevations are an extension of existing facades, which are to undergo renovation along with the hall and staircases.