Presentation on theme: "Where eagles dare.. Investment opportunity in Wisla For the mountain and the pure nature lovers."— Presentation transcript:
Where eagles dare.. Investment opportunity in Wisla For the mountain and the pure nature lovers
LOCATION This truly is the most unique setting. The site is located on the south slope gently sloping to the Wisla valley and only 400 meters away from the Wisla main square with all the attractions and activities of best polish mountain resort Surrounded by spectacular nature, neighboring with hiking trails. The city of Wisla is known as the Pearl of Beskid Mountains. The place with hundreds of years of heritage. The spectacular setting has been described by many poets and writers. Many painters and sculptors have chosen this place as they settled here and find this place quite empowering. Wisla both in the winter and the summer is a full of attractions – many annual events (both sport and cultural ) take place here. Wisla is one of the most well known places where Olympic athletes train in the famous ‘Start Olympic Center’. There are many restaurants so one can choose from the selection that will satisfy most demanding tastes. But the biggest asset of Wisla is that you can find the solitude not known in other places. The best place of all to re-charge ‘your batteries’.
The breathtaking view.. down in the distance - Beskidy Mountains’ landmarks : Bukowa, Czantoria, Soszów, Skolnity and Stożek. Below you can spot the main marker square, church towers, walking paths, the roof of amphitheater and sport venues.
Proposed development. The scale and the character in tune with surrounding buildings. The architectural detail draws from many years of traditional building art of this area. Interior finishes in keeping with the latest technology.
Plan of the typical unit. Main Floor Level. The area : 55 sq. meters
Plan of the typical unit. Upper Floor Level. The area : 55 sq. meters Total Area : 110 sq. meteres
The mountain architecture. Samples show the use of natural stone, extensive use of timber and wood as well as steel and glass.
The mountain architecture. Samples of use of natural stone in the creation of outdoor stairs, retaining walls as well as samples of alpine vegetation.
The mountain architecture. Samples of use of natural stone in finishing of outside building elevations and retaining walls.
Interior design in keeping with the tradition of modesty and simplicity and yet being the showcase of the latest technology in both kitchen and bath equipment. The millwork done by famous local artisans.
Pictures of traditional wooden structures (‘drzewionki’) built by shepherds high in the Beskidy Mountains using most traditional methods - some hundreds of years old.. They have been an inspiration for many artists.