18.09.2009

Futuristic manor

  • contemporary architecture

PTAM. Vissarionov have recently completed the project of the second stage of a small art-hotel on the Turkey shore. The architects call this object villa, and the style biomorfizm. However, biomorizm here is not architecture, "grown" from the landscape, but the object has rather emphasized futuristic design, cleverly implanted into.

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The new villa will serve as a guest house, and it is also called art-hotel. Art shows its special status the guest house was commissioned and designed as a Modern Art gallery for paintings and sculpture, furniture and even interior finishing. Against the main house villa is located just below the hill, the architects smartly use the existing drop of relief in order to visually separate the buildings from each other and thus make them as comfortable as possible for all their residents. Villa has cylindrical shape, its oval floor bases rest on a strong basement, faced with broken stones and boulders. Almost all the building spaces have panoramic windows and it seems there is another fully glassed cylinder put through the volume. On top it has an open observation platform of trapezoid shape with rounded corners. The guest house entrance is marked with a wall, "peeled" from basement and turning the entrance area into a swirl. Decorating the guest house architects remained true to biomorfizm but within some spaces it becomes more radical and futuristic. Walls are made of polymer concrete and have color illumination, here and there the needed furniture items suddenly "grow up", melted out in your presence.
Text by: Yuri Vissarionov, Natalia Koriakovskaia

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