za bor renovates setun river house in moscow with tile-clad volumes
russian practice za bor architects has unveiled plans for ‘setun river house’, a three-storey residential renovation located near moscow. in proposing the complete overhaul, the design team added a series of volumes that result in a dwelling three times the size of the original building. a fresh material palette is employed externally, with locally sourced larch wood contrasting pale ceramic tiles.
the new dwelling is three times the size of the original building
primary living accommodation is found at ground level, with other smaller communal areas positioned throughout the home. in total, the property has 62 rooms, including a small movie theater and a pool, a salt cave, a wardrobe for winter clothes, several children’s rooms, a games room, a library, guest facilities, and a small winter garden. a soaring 16 meter-tall void penetrates all three floors, topped with a large skylight. sitting between two offices on the third floor, a glazed winter garden provides plenty of light for the home’s occupants.
a fresh material palette has been employed externally
locally sourced larch wood contrasts pale ceramic tiles
primary living accommodation is found at ground level
the large kitchen features an island breakfast bar
the lounge is positioned at the center of the home
a soaring 16 meter-tall void penetrates all three floors
smaller communal areas are positioned throughout the home
comfortably proportioned sleeping quarters
in total, the property has 62 rooms, including a small movie theater and a pool
the project is currently under construction
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name: setun river house
architects: za bor architects — peter zaytsev and arseniy borisenko
location: moscow region, russia
total area: 1,600 sqm
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