Contemporary Russian Home with Sleek Angles


Russian architecture firm Atrium designed this beautiful contemporary house near Moscow. Surrounded by palm trees, the site provides magnificent views, with windows purposely placed throughout.

The residents can really see and feel the structure fold inside the home, especially because of the open floor plan. There is no difference in cladding on the outside and on the inside, so If you see wood on the exterior, you can be sure that the same spot on the interior is made of the same material.

To top it all off, the site features another building with a roof that functions as an observation deck, and in the winter time, it turns into a skating rink!










Atrium's website
via [Archdaily]

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