This interesting from all points of view residence is located in Warsaw, Poland, and was designed by Polish architect Dagmara Obluska. The owner of the house wanted to minimize the roof space and all those framings, that’s why the architect added dormer windows and broadened the usual ones; this is not only a functional solution but also a very aesthetic look. In the first floor there is a large open space, very light and comfortable, the atmosphere is so cozy due to the natural colors and materials that reflect light like marble, granite and mirrors. A one more unusual feature of the interior is columns that support the stairs. The decorations on the shelves remind of the rails. All these peculiarities make the space a little bit surrealistic though cozy, would you live in such a place?