“Dacha” Living pavilion in Moscow region

Сountry house in Moscow region Odintsovo / Russian Federation / 2014

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Architect: Dmitry Ovcharov, Nefa Architects


Location: Moscow region, Russia


Area: 120.0 sqm


Project Year: 2014


Facades: larch planks, rusty metal


Roofing: curved glass


Furniture:  Skagerak, Minotti


Lighting: Delta Light


Photographs: Ilya Ivanov


 


 


The country house is located in Odintsovo district, to the West from Moscow city. This is a rather small “summer pavilion” suitable for living all-year-round.


The truth of constructive solutions, the outer metal framework, creating the architectural volume composition, define the overall aesthetic of the home.


On the ground floor of the two-level house there's a common space with a terrace-living-dining-room-kitchen and a double-sided glass fireplace. The public zone is surrounded by glass sliding walls overlooking the surrounding landscape of the plot of land.


On the 2d level there are bed-rooms, a bathroom and an open solarium.  A curved-glass roof brightens the space, bringing more daylight into the rooms of the upper floor.


The trees growing right through the pavilion emphasize the environmental friendliness and the naturalness of its image.


Some pieces of furniture and lighting used in the project are custom made.

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    Architect: Dmitry Ovcharov, Nefa Architects Location: Moscow region, Russia Area: 120.0 sqm Project Year: 2014 Facades: larch planks, rusty metal Roofing: curved glass Furniture:  Skagerak, Minotti Lighting: Delta Light Photographs: Ilya Ivanov     The country house is located in Odintsovo district, to the West from Moscow city. This is a rather small “summer pavilion” suitable for living all-year-round. The truth of constructive solutions, the outer metal...

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