Made by Russian architect Leonovich Arseny, this expansive nation residence has huge locations of glazings to connect the inner volumes with the outdoors while at the exact same time it also has vertical siding to develop privacy for the interior zones. Even though privacy is retained for the property owners, the inclusion of a special bright yellow “V” beam close to the front entrance suggests to all that this property is considerably more then meets the eye.
While the yellow “V” beam is a sculptural statement it is also functionally positioned to assistance the huge roof overhang and while it is an imposing geometric statement, the bulky but curvaceous hand rail to the glass rail technique softens the general visual of the entry landing.
The bulky handrail delivers a comfy place to lean against and get pleasure from the views of the surrounding countryside.
Just around the corner from the home’;s entry is a semi-enclosed side yard that the house envelops on two sides. Here, a hardscaped garden characteristics two big boulders as organic art types.
On the opposite side of the home is a semi-enclosed deck that leads off of the social zone of the home. A purple wrapped porthole offers a view inside.
Porthole windows are also utilised in the poolroom and a ramp outside the poolroom leads to a deck above.
The architect created this residence with many outside decks to enjoy the views.
The poolroom is one of the couple of rooms that does not take benefit of the views. Here the outdoors wall is covered with slabs of marble and dotted with colourful window portholes.
The poolroom is just off of the main living area. Right here the architect has designed a zone with two distinct and unique attributes First there is the amazing staircase and then there is the amazing lighting system on the ceiling. One particular is geometric and one particular is organic, and both are hugely sculptural. Layered into this and continuing the visually fascinating story of round and difficult are the two clusters of coffee tables.
Adding more drama to the living space is the Carerra marble fireplace, The blue and black wall graphic, and of course the views by means of the windows on each sides of the room,.
The wall graphic defines the dining zone and while the lighting over the living space is sculptural, the pendant over the dining table keeps to a more traditional profile.
The staircase is something but standard. The special balustrade combines a thick hand rail with thin horizontal security rails created from yellow rope and somewhat thicker vertical rails resembling the silhouettes of corked bottles created from powder coated steel – truly gorgeous.
The combination of the wood, rope and steel on the balustrade creates a powerfully thrilling 3D artistic statement.
Upstairs the balustrade continues around the stairwell, making a repeat pattern whilst behind it a grouping of modern day pendants in powerful and pale shades of tangerine hangs in various heights, sizes and shapes.
The stairwell is twice the width of the stairs themselves, generating a spacious void that is in keeping with the size of the house.
Subsequent to the stairwell a loved ones zone sits below the tangerine pendants that are suspended from a ceiling void wrapped in clerestory windows.
Behind the family zone is a library wall total with a library ladder to access the books on the leading shelves. Beside the library, a hallway leads down to the Master Bedroom.
The hallway is flanked on each sides with window, maintaining the space light and bright.
A second staircase with a fun light bulb graphic leads back down to the major level. Even though the balustrade on this stairwell is not as intricate as the other, it too is wonderfully distinctive and awesomely sculptural.
Photography by Yuri Palmin