It all started with one book Finnish architects, presented by Alex Bashminov back in University days. So dropped into the seed of an idea to build a Finnish house. When the architect got a real chance to realize the dream, itself, a question arose: what is the Finnish house?In principle Finnish house has grown from a Russian izba, about the same as we all got out of “the Overcoat” by Gogol. But another thing – building culture. Old Russian house remained somewhere in the nineteenth century, and ended with the technical progress. Finland, in contrast to Russia just has a culture construction, he: was able to adapt the tree to modern requirements Finns have developed a special processing technology de Rewa, compositions and coatings, has created a huge number of projects of wooden houses. Of course, to repeat what do the Finns, copy, re to bear on Russian soil Finnish house for the architect seemed ridiculous and unworthy. The idea will connect the Finnish and Russian, Nordic character of the North and cheerful DISPOSITION MIDDLE BAND.
SO THERE WAS THIS SMALL, TWO-STOREY HOUSE WITH AN OUTDOOR TERRACE. IT TURNED OUT TO BE EXTRUDED, THE ROOMS IN THE PLAN WERE DISTRIBUTED ACCORDING TO THE LOGIC OF “ALONG”. The ground FLOOR SPACE as IF STRUNG ON INVISIBLE AXIS, the OPENINGS are NOT BURDENED DOORS, AND CREATES a kind of Suite. The second floor is a third of the total area.
Ilichev, photo A. Tagni-rjadno
Plan 1 floor
Total area of 200.0 m2
The area of the 1st floor – m2 134,2
Kitchen-dining room – 14,2 m2
Living – 22,5 m2
Bedroom – 13,8 m2
Room – 16.7 m2
Terrace by 34.2 m2
The area of the 2nd floor – 65,8 m2