This private house in Moscow region was designed with and for a club owner and a cultural figure who wanted to offer recreational space for a tightly knitted community of creatives. Organised around the central patio, the house manages various degrees of privacy – from isolated private apartments with walled up terraces to fluid in-between spaces and a core living room for all.
The house follows the gentle curve of the landscape, providing a scenic view from every private apartment and,
at the same time, shielding the inhabitants from the outside world. As if knocked slightly off balance, it “slides’ down the hill toward the lake, creating a very subtle illusion of movement. The red terracotta colour emphasizes its shape and details in contrast with both lush summer greenery and austere winter landscapes.