The Aatrial House close to Opole (Poland) is hands down one of my favourite minimalist houses! It sits near a forest and in order to not disturb the beauty of nature for the inhabitants, the architects came up with something I’ve never seen so elegantly before. To preserve the unobstrucuted views into nature, the house features a lowered driveway leading inside to the ground floor level, from underneath the building, As a result, the building opens up onto all sides with its terraces in an unrestricted manner. The only way to get into the garden is through the atrium and the house. You end up with the reverse of an atrial building. The aatrial house is closed to the inside and opened to the surroundings. The interior features large windows and extensive use of glass throughout!
Simple materials: The Ceramic Speakers are made from porcelain, cork, and Baltic birch. Each material is minimally finished, left to add its natural beauty to the design. The included amplifier is made from stainless steel sheet metal, with a cast iron base and paulownia volume slider. Aside from the electronic components, plastic is completely avoided in the system’s construction. Intense detail: Typical speakers are designed to play even the most compressed or poorly recorded track. They gloss over the details that give high-resolution music its depth. The Ceramic Speakers’ custom-made drivers, porcelain and cork enclosures, and Tripath amplifier reveal every nuance. They will show the difference between lossless and mp3 files, and will unlock vinyl’s richness. Balanced Bass: The Ceramic Subwoofer extends your system’s frequency response down to 40 Hz. While you will physically feel bass-heavy music, you’ll also notice new richness in vocals and acoustic instruments. The sound is neither boomy nor aggressive, but a balanced completion of the Ceramic Speakers. Since the only way to appreciate all the details and the excellent sound is with a video, here you go:
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