Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.
IVAN KUZMICH THE STEAMSHIP in Pozdnyakovo, Russia by Panacom
April 26th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal
Article source: Panacom
In the village our house all know as \”Steamboat Ivan Kuzmich.\” Construction, widely spaced on the site, with white ribbons stretched ceilings, it really looks like a steamer. Lessons beyond the walls of the roof slopes, panoramic windows, windows-colored slopes of windows in the pool, rounded corners and a ramp to the second floor – the distinctive features of the house. Bright V-shaped column marks the main entrance to the house. The interior on both sides of the living room are made open stone terraces. They are shaped transition from the streets to the transparent interior room, and she – a more closed living rooms. Hence the smooth flow of space varying degrees of privacy: courtyard – terrace – transparent living – the house.. Bright V-shaped column marks the main entrance to the house.
Transparent facade glass of the residential part covered somewhere vertical wooden lamellas-blinds and somewhere deaf wooden facing. This serves to emphasize the rhythmic heterogeneity of facades composition.
On both sides of the living room are made open stone terraces. They are the figurative transition from the street to the transparent interior of the living room, and the living room, in its turn, to private residential rooms. This raises smooth flow of space with varying degrees of privacy: yard – terrace – transparent living room – home.