A Residence In Ukrainian Mountains

Reminding of Mies van der Rohe’s iconic pavilion in Barcelona, ‘Rose House‘ is a project of a minimalist residence hidden in the Ukrainian mountains.

The project was prepared by Sergey Makhno Architects, Ukrainian studio based in Kyiv. The studio has released the renderings, made with the use of such programs as 3DS Max and Corona Renderer. The images show the structure made of concrete, weathering steel and glass. With a delightfully stylish pool on the courtyard, accompanied by an intriguing statue, the project carries out a sophisticated yet non-obvious architectural profile. The house was thought as an escape for the client, a businessman living in a big metropolis, who would like to getaway from the bustling city from time to time. The project’s name, ‘Red Rose’, is a reference to the reaction of steel cladding to the natural environment, resulting in an elegant, mysterious tone of red.

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All images © Sergey Makhno Architects

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