Ruben Dishdishyan House by Nicholas Lyzlov
By Magaly • Jan 15, 2013
The Ruben Dishdishyan House, located in Benelux, a union of states comprising three neighbouring countries in northwestern Europe (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg), was constructed by the Russian architect Nicholas Lyzlov.
The home is warm and elegant, with dark wooden floors and textured stone walls.
Ruben Dishdishyan House by Nicholas Lyzlov:
“There is a lot of land in the village on which you cannot build because there is a forest reserve. Of two acres that Ruben bought, we were only allowed to build on four hundred square meters (4300 square feet).
I know Ruben, I made his city apartment. He is a private man and wanted his house closed from the neighbors, but also completely open to nature, to the beautiful fir forest area and garden. The rear facade of the house is entirely open – there are huge windows, and all of the rooms can see the forest. The house is like a fairy tale.”
Photos by: Manolo Yllera
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