Charming Dark-Wood Cottage Located in Odintsovo District, Moscow
By Magaly • Oct 26, 2017
This small 120-square-meter summer pavilion is located in Odintsovo District, west of Moscow, and was carefully conditioned in 2014 by the firm of architects Nefa Architects, with the help of its architect Dmitry Ovcharov, in the hopes of creating a pavilion that could be inhabited year-round.
Its dark wood exterior walls give it a rustic touch that invites you to relax and enjoy the wonderful landscape that surrounds it, surely an activity that can be made all the better with the presence of close friends and family.
On the ground floor of the two-level house, there is a common space with a terrace-living room-dining room-kitchen space and a double-sided glass fireplace. The social area is surrounded by sliding glass walls overlooking the surrounding landscape from the plot of land.
On the second level, we find the bedrooms, a bathroom and an open terrace. A curved glass ceiling allows natural light to fill the space, bringing more daylight into the upstairs rooms. The trees that grow around the pavilion highlight the magic of the environment and the naturalness of its exteriors. Some pieces of furniture and lighting used in the project are custom-made.
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