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.
The design solution of the business center in St. Petersburg has been developed for quite a large site which doesn’t have any essential changes of the area topography. It is supposed to build a separate three-storied building in the form of a simple, uniform volume with a monolithic framework. It is going to be used only by the company which owns it, so it has no areas for rent.
The project is a proposal for a new branch of NCCA Museum in Moscow.
The project proposes a flexible matrix of the linear block, a strategy derived from the great modern Russian architecture. Every single block opens the buildings to the world axes and it is modular with different dimensions and openings according to the program, solar exposition, energy consumption, and sustainability. At the centre of the triangular site, the main bar is an atrium space, which connects the existing buildings, the NCCA with the future development of the area.
Modern homes have long ceased to fit into the idea of “four walls”, or “box. “Now the environment is free to come into the house , and the house seamlessly expands its boundaries , capturing the surrounding area.
One of the most effective and common methods to achieve this effect
Maxwan and Arteza (Moscow), in collaboration with MASA architects, have won the competition for a 50ha park for the Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow (a special economic zone focusing on bio-medical, space, nuclear, IT and energy). The new park integrates all public space surrounding a series of high profile buildings designed by Herzog & de Meuron, Valode & Pistre, Gensler and Bernaskoni. The team is rewarded with a contract for the realization starting scheduled for spring 2016.
Located in Moscow’s Sharikopodshipnikovskaya Street, next to tram and trolleybus stops and near Dubrovka Station on the Lyublinskaya Line of the Moscow Metro, the Dominion Office Building is among the first of the new projects to be built for the growing creative and IT sectors in this primarily industrial and residential district in the southeast of the city.
“The Ritz Carlton Moscow” hotel, located in the centre of Moscow, is one of the city’s top addresses – not least due to its O2 lounge bar on the 12th floor with its approximately 1.100-sq m roof terrace.