The estate in Ochla – a district of Zielona Góra – was built in 2001. Its owner is a businessman who decided to sell the property after some years, a decision which required the right strategy. 
As part of the project a large floorplan of the villa (illustrated by Zuza Wollny) and a 36-page album showcasing the garden and the house were created. The main graphic motif used in the publication was inspired by the octagon of the orangery – the heart of the house. The whole design was digitally printed and screen printed on Munken Polar Rough and Via Linen paper and packed in elegant felt covers. Several refinement methods were used – embossing, UV varnish and hot stamping. Another motif used was the villa owner's coat of arms which was reproduced digitally straight from the embroidery stitch. 
The publication was made using the Bona Nova typeface by Mateusz Machalski, a digital version of Bona by Andrzej Heidrich, the designer of the Polish banknotes. 
Cooperation: Zuza WollnyEmilia Czuryk – ReprintEwa WiencisAnna Kukuła.
Photos: me & Studio W66.

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