It is relaxing to be in nature and absorb the sounds, the surroundings, and overall peacefulness that it can bring. But given the opportunity to actually have a living area within a beautiful and serene forest, would you pass up the chance? Well, owning a home in a forest would generally mean disrupting the balance of nature, as man has achieved time and time again as we as humans expand. But Konrad Wójcik had a different vision: to create functional living spaces within forested areas without disrupting the gentle and fragile balance of the forest and its true inhabitants, and through that goal he has planned the Single Pole House. The Single Pole House is specifically designed to almost be apart of nature, as it is very reminiscent of a tree visually, and structurally. Every Single Pole House is constructed upon a stand, which leaves much of the natural foundation of the forest intact, while also being very secure and stable. The design and shape also makes it possible to build multiple Single Pole Houses, so that multiple people can live in a “natural neighborhood” without the need for deforestation. Each Single Pole House by default is made for two occupants, but alterations can be made to increase the household limit by two. The Single Pole House consists of four levels with stair access that serves separate purposes. The fourth floor can be used as a bedchamber, the third floor as a dining, cooking, and living area, the second floor as additional space, and the bottom floor as a storage area.
Each of the separate floors will offer everything that you and your occupants will need to sustain themselves, and comfort was not spared in the construction of the Single Pole House, so extended stays to your house will not be strenuous. You might find this very interesting and would like to know when you can own a Single Pole House for yourself. Well, the Single Pole House is still in the conceptual phase and Konrad Wójcik has very detailed diagrams that display in detail what his intentions are concerning construction. His other intention is quite clear as well: to create living spaces with as little impact on the environment as possible, and as the project stands, it is true to that statement. We at Vicespy will be keeping a close eye on this particular project; the housing itself is quite beautiful, while not distracting you from the true beauty that is all around you. If you are interested, please visit the site for more information and detailed diagrams, because the more interest that is shown in this, the more likely that it will come to fruition. Eco-friendly housing is something we as humans should be avidly researching, and the Single Pole House is definitely an idea that can start a phenomenon of positive change for our environment.
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