Small house located in Saint Petersburg, Russia, designed in 2015.
Description by INT2architecture
One-bed room residence in Saint Petersburg is designed particularly for hire.
The fundamental rules of the mission are:
– restricted funds (10 000 euro for every little thing, together with building, supplies, tools, furnishings and ornament);
– redefining goal of the merchandise, supplies and objects;
– DIY furnishings and equipment;
– a mix of components of Japanese and Scandinavian minimalism.
House is split into a standard space, a hallway, a bed room, a toilet and a balcony. The frequent space features a kitchen, a eating room, a laundry room and a lounge space. The doorway corridor with a spacious stroll in wardrobe is separated from the lounge by the concrete block partition wall that permits pure gentle into the wardrobe house by air flow blocks within the higher rows. The sliding door in the lounge results in an remoted vivid bed room. Balcony is left empty on the discretion of the long run tenants: for the potential bicycle storage or breakfast space.
Supplies used on this venture are cheap and available: hardwood pine flooring, white ceramic tiles, birch plywood. Concrete flooring within the hallway and on the balcony and concrete ceiling are left unfinished solely lined with the protecting satin varnish.
A part of the furnishings and equipment was made or modified by us on the spot: plywood packing containers alongside the home windows, eating desk and chairs, TV console within the lounge space, dresser, bedside tables, garments rail within the bed room, cabinets within the kitchen and within the stroll in wardrobe, sliding doorways, lampshades, handles, desk beneath the sink, rest room paper and towels holders within the lavatory.