新作 | Stanislav Nikolaev 莫斯科未来主义建筑
The architect Stanislav Nikolaev designed the house in the Moscow Region, inspired by the Japanese Kotaro Ide project, and introduced circles into the interior - symbols of the Land of the Rising Sun.
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Stanislav Nikolaev compares this project with a literary work, where landscape is the introduction, architecture is the main part, and the interior is the culmination. “The most important thing is to maintain the integrity of the plot in the process,
nd here we managed to do it
The construction of the house and interior design took three and a half years. The house is drowned in the ground and is not visible from the side of the road
Stanislav was lucky with the customer: their tastes and preferences coincided. As an example of what he likes, the client named the Shall Residence house according to the project of the Japanese Kotaro Ide and provided Nikolaev with a full carte blanche.
组建了一个强大的团队，其中包括建筑师Alexander Salov和Dmitry Kulich，设计师Alexander Tsukerman和Alexei Mosyakin，室内设计师Dina Mezheva和Yevgeny Morgoev负责这项工作
Stanislav had several roles in this story at once: project manager, general designer, interior designer and specialist in the selection of art objects.
assembled a strong team, which included architects Alexander Salov and Dmitry Kulich, designers Alexander Tsukerman and Alexei Mosyakin, decorator Dina Mezheva, and Yevgeny Morgoev was responsible for the work.
In order to organically fit the futuristic building into the landscape of the Moscow Region gardening partnership, the architect came up with the idea of ??drowning the house in the ground so that only hills, pipes and craters are visible from the country road, and the facade with panoramic windows overlooks that part of the site where there are no neighbors. The architecture, layout and interior in such a project are inseparable, so they were worked out simultaneously at the very initial stage. “I decided to turn the interior of the house into a gallery where a person will be aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to be. The interior became the backdrop for art objects bought in Holland. At the same time, they help to zon the rooms, and everything turned out very ergonomically, ”says the archite
The area of the house is small, 300 m2. On the ground floor there is a master bedroom and a bathroom, as well as a common area with a kitchen, dining room and living room, which, in turn, is divided into two parts: in one there is a fireplace and semicircular sofas, in the other there are armchairs by the window. It is assumed that from here the hosts will contemplate nature. This reminds us of Japanese aesthetics, which was introduced at the very beginning of the project and was further developed.
Items were selected carefully, they should not overload the space. At the same time, special attention was paid to lighting, because an additional aesthetic burden lay on it: the illumination of paintings and art objects, as well as the architectural features of the interior. Special attention should be paid to the lanterns in the living room, which are oriented according to the sun so that throughout the day the space is filled with natural light, despite the fact that the windows are only on one side of the facade.
The second floor is occupied by an office and a guest room. In addition to the functionality and conciseness inherent in Japanese interiors, circles arise here. They are associated with the enso - calligraphic symbol of the Land of the Rising Sun - and appear in pictures or read in the form of various objects, such as bathtubs, lamps and sofas. The oriental atmosphere is also supported by the painting with carps on the wall, made by the artist Tashita Bell, and several more paintings were specially ordered for this space.