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Nobility of geometry. Precision of form

Since forever, the universal language of geometry has been used in architectural, painting, photographic compositions, garden arrangement, design, and even in fashion. At present, balanced juxtapositions enjoy incessant interest, just as the dynamic contrasts of the shapes and textures.

If geometric motives and cubist shapes are the leitmotif in your house, if you prefer minimalist simplicity to an orgy of over-the-top forms - you will surely want to transfer that arrangement onto your garden, to the exterior of your estate, or to sneak your favorite style into small architecture elements. Our house or garden is usually a stylistic continuation of what we favor or what we like to surround ourselves with on a daily basis. House, terrace, patio - here we spend a lot of time, we rest or we meet friends. That is why the entirety should be well thought out in the finest of details - there is no place for chance here - and reasonable minimalism, proportionality of the textures and materials used allows to achieve full harmony.

The arrangements should be based on regularity and consistency in determining the paths, driveways, terraces - as well as care for the functionality of our "place on Earth". Discipline and order of the composition can be reflected in the selection of the pavement, for example in the perfectly regular Polbruk Ideo paving stone.

Symmetrical shapes and repetitive patterns create a sense of balance, which can be complemented by a minimalist color scheme. However, details decide if the harmonious whole will appeal to enthusiasts of tradition or modernity - the nature of the selected paving stone, the unusual add-ons adapted to the style of the building, and other elements of small architecture. Even if the body of your house looks nothing like the remarkable á la Le Corbusier buildings, you can give it a modern nature. The Polbruk Urbanika collection will allow you to do this - it is a perfect match for the cityscape, accompanying glass and steel architectural compositions well.

A simple architectural design inspired by modernism also goes well with a pavement composed in shades of gray, e.g. made of the Polbruk Avanti washed paving stone in graphite and in gray. An interesting idea in terms of decoration may be alternately laying strips of gray and graphite paving stone or a break-through of the uniform pavement with a geometrical shape made of paving stone in a different shade. Steps made of Grando blocks in light gray may serve as an element supplementing the design.

If geometric motives and cubist shapes are the leitmotif in your house, if you prefer minimalist simplicity to an orgy of over-the-top forms - you will surely want to transfer that arrangement onto your garden, to the exterior of your estate, or to sneak your favorite style into small architecture elements. Our house or garden is usually a stylistic continuation of what we favor or what we like to surround ourselves with on a daily basis. House, terrace, patio - here we spend a lot of time, we rest or we meet friends. That is why the entirety should be well thought out in the finest of details - there is no place for chance here - and reasonable minimalism, proportionality of the textures and materials used allows to achieve full harmony.

The arrangements should be based on regularity and consistency in determining the paths, driveways, terraces - as well as care for the functionality of our "place on Earth". Discipline and order of the composition can be reflected in the selection of the pavement, for example in the perfectly regular Polbruk Ideo paving stone.

Symmetrical shapes and repetitive patterns create a sense of balance, which can be complemented by a minimalist color scheme. However, details decide if the harmonious whole will appeal to enthusiasts of tradition or modernity - the nature of the selected paving stone, the unusual add-ons adapted to the style of the building, and other elements of small architecture. Even if the body of your house looks nothing like the remarkable á la Le Corbusier buildings, you can give it a modern nature. The Polbruk Urbanika collection will allow you to do this - it is a perfect match for the cityscape, accompanying glass and steel architectural compositions well.

A simple architectural design inspired by modernism also goes well with a pavement composed in shades of gray, e.g. made of the Polbruk Avanti washed paving stone in graphite and in gray. An interesting idea in terms of decoration may be alternately laying strips of gray and graphite paving stone or a break-through of the uniform pavement with a geometrical shape made of paving stone in a different shade. Steps made of Grando blocks in light gray may serve as an element supplementing the design.

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