Landform House by A61 and YYdesign

A61 Architectural bureau and YYdesign have designed Landform House. Located in the Tyumen region, Russia, the house has a total floor area of 544m² (5,855m²).

The start point of this residential house’s design was a sloped site — the house was planned as a dialogue between architecture and landscape.

Approaching to the house’s entrance will make you feel a small dynamic volume. But when you enter the hall there is a real sense of space. Two-storey hall, numerous translucent apertures create an impression about house’s structure.

Internal space extends along two stretched volumes highlighting different functions and levels of privacy. The house faces the area and represents an elaborate space spatial structure which creates a comfortable and quality accommodation for several generations.

A typical forest environment and nearness to nature have prompted the idea of a facade design. The house is “wrapped” by a wooden bar that allows fitting a surrounding background. The roof made of a high-quality metal is combined with a warm wooden facade that complements the image and makes it more dynamic.

— A61



Photographs by Ilya Kruchinin
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