The sinter on the floor refers to old buildings and cobbled streets. The patterned glass is inspired by the stained-glass windows of the Oliwa Cathedral and old Oliwa townhouses.
The washed architectural concrete exposes the integrated basalt aggregate, which creates a very interesting rough structure in original combination with elegant materials, such as: wood and fabrics.
ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL
PERFECTION COMES FROM THE DETAILS
Attention to materials, thoroughness - striving for the perfect solution, care for every smallest detail - all this reflects the craftsman-like character of Oliwa. Thanks to the materials used, the architecture inside and outside will become more and more noble over the years.
CREATIVE INTERPRETATION OF THE OLIWA TRADITION
A TRUE HERITAGE
The architecture of Opacka results from respect for historic Oliwa.
It refers to the surroundings and in its modern form merges into the cultural heritage of the place.
THE ARCHITECTURE OF OPACKA STEMS FROM RESPECT FOR HISTORIC OLIWA
The shape of the buildings, the slanted roofs with a slight gradient and the lucarnes on the top floor reinterpret the development of the district. The light colours, white and grey, are also taken from the Oliwa facades, e.g., of the nearby mill. Copper is very distinctive. It covers the balcony canopies and appears in the façade tectonics - a metal which gains a patina of class with time.