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3 Russian interiors that will shake your mind

Recently, our magazine acted as an informationala partner of a very interesting event, where three famous architects presented some of their best works. Our editor-in-chief spoke about new technological solutions and bold methods with the respondents.Lightly the other day, our editor-in-chief Oksana Kashenko became the host of an interesting public talk held on the occasion of the opening of the Liberty Home showroom - a new design space in the center of Moscow. etk-fashion.com acted as an information partner of the event, where several famous architects presented their projects. Marina Martirosyan, art director of Liberty Home: - Architects need a comfortable environment to work on projects. A familiar picture: open spaces with installations from interior items. Everything is different with us: free coworking space for architects, a fitting area, a showroom, a design lecture hall, space for art exhibitions. We are creating a new design territory. Our name speaks for itself: Liberty Home is a house of freedom, a house where you can experiment with interior items. We combine modern with classics, and loft elements with provence. Yes, these are provocations! But just look at the result! The lecture was attended by architects BorisUborevich-Borovsky, German Yenin and Sergey Nasedkin. The founder of ub.design and the modern classic of minimalism, Boris Uborevich-Borovsky, spoke about how you can create a masterpiece from an unsuccessful space and win the Interia awards for it. It was about his already famous "Antipenthouse". One of the architect's clients bought very muchstrange space - the first and ground floor in an apartment building. How can you live in a space without normal windows - it was completely unclear, and how to turn this place into a comfortable urban housing, also remained a mystery. The architect decided to push off from the opposite and create an "antiloft" - a kind of project-turntables, with inserts from the "living" panels and reflective surfaces instead of windows. The work of Herman Yenin is well knownto regulars of nightclubs and bars, until recently, the development of the design of these particular spaces was the specialization of the architect. Therefore, many of his projects for private interiors are similar in style to clubs. During the lecture, he presented one of his few residential projects - the IPE Cavalli Visionnaire country house. As in his other projects, the architect paid great attention to working with color. The tint solution for each of the premises was carefully selected by the author in strict accordance with the laws of color psychology. And although the palette may seem rather limited, due to the play of textures, each room here makes an indelibly powerful impression. Architect Sergei Nasedkin presented to the audience a very curious project of a country house near Moscow, built ... from what do you think? From plywood! As it turned out, if you choose the right suppliers and make sure the quality of the material at home, you can build from it. The cladding of this house looks quite impressive and even brutal - do you think these are sheets of rusty metal? No. Plywood again. She is everywhere - inside, outside, and even the bathroom with a toilet is lined with it. Since the house was commissioned in 2010, you can dosimple and unexpected conclusion: the prank was a success. I mean, the idea worked. The owner of the house - by the way, this is the architect himself - of course, had to get used to the new environment for some time, but today he claims that his plywood house is in no way inferior to its stone and wooden counterparts, and thanks to several ideas of the author, it does give several points forward. And now Sergey Nasedkin is building houses on similar projects almost on an industrial scale. The price is incredibly attractive: from 3 700 000 for a house with engineering and furniture.

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