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26 kilometers from Moscow, in an elite villageAgalarov Estate, the house is located in a minimalist style - this applies both to the facade of the building and to its interior. The architectural studio SL Project worked on the project, the head of which is the architect Alexei Nikolashin. The authors of the project are Alexey Nikolashin and Ekaterina Emelyanova. Alexey Nikolashin, architect Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. He worked at Mosproekt. In 2004 he created his own workshop - SL project. “The result of our work, regardless of whether it is a cottage village or the interior of a private apartment, is a thoughtful, modern, functional product. The principle of our work is an architectural approach to the formation of space. This is what distinguishes our work from the work of most design studios. " ab-sl.ru At the first glance at the house, the original roof structure catches the eye, "smoothing" the sharp corners of the building. Visually, this creates a feeling of weightlessness.
The customer applied to the agency at the stagedesigning, therefore it was possible to make some changes in the layout, changing it so that in the future it was possible to avoid difficulties. The building itself turned out to be rather elongated, but competent logistics of all premises brought to naught this feature. Entering the house, we will see a large hall - this is the main zone.
Feeling of lightness does not leave inside. In the interior, the authors tried to maximally relieve the living space, making it as spacious as possible. This desire can be traced in everything: a light sofa zone, glass tables, panoramic windows, practically replacing one of the walls. In addition, the hall can be seen from the second floor through the holes between the long bars, which also serve as a wall, but already on the side of the stairs. Non-functional zones, for example under the stairs, were covered with large pebbles, and the floor itself was laid with Italian sandstone.
The next area is an indoor swimming pool. White still remains the primary color, while the ceiling and a small area at the bottom are made in a dark wenge. The bending wall "opens" the entrance to the spa zone.
On the second floor there are master bedrooms,separated by a shared bathroom - an original and practical solution. Partitions made of glass, give space easy, and lined along transparent walls bamboo is perfectly combined with natural pebbles. Night illumination turns the bathroom into a fabulous oasis.