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A house on the edge of the Kampinos National Park. It is beautiful!

The house on the edge of the Kampinos National Park is not only great architecture, but also a wonderful interior designed by Dawid Konieczny. The picturesque scenery of the Kampinos National Park was a deciding factor in the investors’ choice of location for the house. The investors, who work in the advertising industry on a daily basis, were looking for a place for their family to live away from the hustle and bustle of big-city life

It was the scenery and the shape of the building that inspired them to create a place of tranquillity and relaxation. Earthy colours as the colour palette worked perfectly in this case. The spacious living area consists of a kitchen made of veneer with a peninsula made of Griss Supreme quartzite, a table and chairs made of oak. The living room area is formed by a sofa brought from the previous flat, together with SE 68 chairs designed by Egon Eiermann, a table and rug from the Zara Home collection, a Ferm Living lamp and a chest of drawers from Only

Harmony is added by a painting made using the Japanese ink technique by the Polish artist Mata Kubaja and the Akari lamp by Vitra. On the terrace, armchairs from HM Home allow you to relax in close contact with nature. The relaxation area could not lack a spacious bathroom. In this case with an oval shower covered with rectangular tiles. A large bathtub accompanied by wooden accessories and steel-coloured fittings from Zucchetti. At the entrance to the bathroom, a noncy table from Tamo Design with a lamp by Hasik Design

It is worth mentioning that the house on the edge of the Kampinos National Park is not the first work by Dawid Konieczny that we have had the pleasure to describe. Recently, an interior by Dawid appeared in the paper edition of whiteMAD magazine, which you can buy here: https://

About the studio
Dawid Konieczny is a licensed architect. He was born in Sosnowiec in 1991. He has lived in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Bangkok and Istanbul. Konieczny graduated in social policy from the University of Warsaw before obtaining a diploma in interior design from the Warsaw School of Management and Ecology in 2020. In his projects, he blurs the boundaries between genres, creating works that are not obvious, sophisticated and above all functional. She approaches each project individually, analysing all circumstances and factors. In her designs she selects the right textures, materials and shapes to create expressive visual effects. Find out more at

source: Dawid Konieczny /
photos: Migdał Studio /

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