Villa Koliba by Stanisława Witkiewicza

A house one can only dream of!

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Inside the villa

Portrait of Stanislaw Witkiewicz, 1890

Villa Koliba is designed by the Polish Stanislaw Witkiewicz (1851-1915) in 1893
It is in the town named Zakopane, in Poland

The villa, ca. 1900

Winter...oh, how magical!


Marilyn said...

What a wonderful house - I would love to visit it someday.

Aputsiaq said...

Marilyn...let us meet there ;O) Dreams are OK!

Wenche said...

Let me know when you are going there,I will come with you.
Dreams are really ok.

Aputsiaq said...

We could have such a fun time...I learned that there are several of these wooden houses in the town mentioned above! Nothing like wood!

Mascottblog said...

I completely agree, a small wooden house ! My dream ! This one is very beautiful, and lovely inside !!!

Aputsiaq said...

I know what you mean!!! I love it too!

Genava said...

Hi again!
I can't believe that coincidence. I have been in that house!!
Last year I went to Poland and stayed in Zakopane one week, and obviously I visited that place. In fact Poland have been one of my favorites travel and I want to come back some day in the Tatry mountains (Dracula’s novel happened there! In Carpats). Wow that’s really strange. How did you find it?
I don’t know how to do it, but if you want I can send you fotos of Zakopane and the mountains. I made really lovely excursions in the mountains.
Best regards!

P.D.: Yes, I play the oboe since I was 7 years old (now I'm 18). But I not very good. Just the normal level to play in a orquestra.

(I send that message before, but I think I didn’t do it well.)

Aputsiaq said...

Hi Genava...oooh, you've been to Poland and seen this amazing Villa?! It looks so amazing...I would LOVE to visit it (...and live in it :O)...). The reason why I found it was because of Stanisława Witkiewicza. As far as I remember I saw a photo of him and wanted to learn who he was...

You've played the obo for many years! Beautiful instrument. In mind the obo also makes me think of Jewish klezmer music...