Photo credit: Olo Studio, Juliusz Sokołowski and Jarosław Syrek | KWK Promes
Architecture firm KWK Promes, led by Robert Konieczny, came up with an out-of-the-box design for their latest project. Called Quadrant House, this residence consists of two parts: a two-level building with a rotating room and then a static one-level structure that is parallel to the street. The former glides along a track and follows the sun’s path throughout the day.
Situated in the Polish countryside, the mobile room contains technology to enable it to monitor the sun and then rotate at up to 90-degrees, creating a passage between the spa as well as living room. Contained within this section is what appears to be lounge area of sorts with several cushions, along with a bench. When locked in place, sliding glass doors can be opened to seamlessly expand the main living area.
The mobile room automatically stops if any motion is detected, like when children are playing nearby. As for the design itself, a simple white color scheme was chosen to give the home an open airy feel without any of the clutter.