Use the Google Street View and see any Polish village, town or city... Or, at best, a few of them from different regions of the country.
This is how typical new houses in the suburbs and rural areas look like:
On the other hand, this is typical architecture of 1970s:
In the areas that belonged to Germany before the WW2, you will find lots of characteristic German houses from that times, with tile roofs (this one is not in a very good condition):
You won't find that in other parts of Poland. But you are more likely to meet some wooden ones, but anyway, they arent met too frequently. The rule is: more to the east = more wooden houses. Maybe except for the Mazury area, which belonged to Germany before the WW2.
It's often characteristic for Polish villages, that they are spread along a single long street, sometimes two ones intersecting with each other. At both sides you have houses, each one with a backyard, and usually a barn and other utility buildings around it. And then, behind the barn, a field belonging to the family living in the house. It happens quite often that one village ends while you drive through it, and immediately another one begins, without any break - sometimes you can meet long chains of villages. There are also villiges which are shaped in other ways, but this seems to me to be most typical, especially for the central Poland (but I think it's so for the most of the country). This moment I live in the east-western Germany and here it is totally different - all the villages are in fact town-shaped, they occupy some area filled with houses and a network of streets, and outside of them there are only fields, forests and roads that connect them with each other.
This typical Polish village scheme applies also for the suburbs of towns of any size, including the smallest ones and the big cities.
In Poland it's not like here:
(should I classify this as a village or as a town? by the size it's rather a village, but the buildings are concentrated like in a town - and you rather won't find any other village type in these areas)
it's rather like here:
You have a town, around which there are villages spreading from it. Villages laying along roads. There is no sharp line being a border of a town, before which there are houses one exactly next to another, and behind which there are only fields or a forest. It's much smoother.
But if you really want to create a model of that, posts on a forum will definitely be not enough, because this is really a tiny piece of how the villages, towns and cities look like and how they are organized. I would even risk saying that you should live in Poland for some time to be able to do it properly.