SLAB House is to stand on a hillside with a beautiful view of Lake Miedzybrodzkie and the surrounding nature, where the building will be blended into the landscape.
The immediate vicinity is made up of single-family residential buildings with an illegible urban layout, varied scale and very varied form. The process of analyzing the context, the neighboring buildings, their character and the relationship between the buildings led to the development of a vision of a building that would blend harmoniously into the landscape instead of imitating the local buildings. The neighboring buildings do not create a context to which one can clearly relate, hence the attempt to design a building that blends into the hillside and greenery. The direct inspiration for the building's form was the old retaining wall of the road that provides alternative access to the project site. The wall is made of local building material: resembling concrete in form and geometry. Designed building was shaped in an analogous way.
The entrance to the property is located in the ground floor and leads to a five-car garage and utility rooms. The central part of the building is the spacious living area on the first floor opening to the view of Lake Miedzybrodzkie on one side and the interior atrium on the other. The house on the second floor is formally divided into three functional parts. The sleeping wing and the recreation wing are separated by a living area with a living room and kitchen. The materials used and the color scheme create sculptural form in the interiors.