Situated in the midst of a vast birch forest, this private villa in the well-known residential area of Barvikha, one of the most luxurious suburbs of Moscow, distinguishes itself for its elegance and sophistication. The rigid, austere structure is characterized by architectural openings that impose a symmetrical pattern on the overall façade. In order to underline the architectural context, GDG Architects chose windows from quarter-sawn oak to guarantee both the chromatic harmony of the exterior and to allow the windows and doors to blend in well with the aesthetic language of the interior design. One of the main features, both from a stylistic and a manufacturing point of view, is the main entrance from thermally broken steel with a micaceous paint finish and its interior vestibule made from oak, as well as the conservatory, again made from thermally broken steel and clad on the inside with quarter-sawn oak.
GDG Architects Milan
Barvikha Mosca, Russia
Windows and doors from oak, main entrance vestibule from thermally broken painted steel and a conservatory from thermally broken painted steel.
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