Neoclassical house in Moscow
The balance between lines rigor and warmth is maintained in neoclassical house architecture. Geometrical neoclassics is diluted with solutions inspiring lightness into the building: over the door — an open-worked cast canopy, designer lamps on the perimeter look like home floor lamps, and elegant white fencing on the balconies.
Steps of travertine and wood are decorated with patterned cast iron plates and casting, green flowerbeds are directly integrated into them. The house does not look massive, but at the same time it features monumentality: elongated windows of the first and second floors are framed as single portals, thus, the facades are not split visually. A strict and solemn-looking rear facade is executed by contrast: light walls are cut up with rows of dark windows. The living with two window tiers overlooks the garden and the terrace with a modern swimming pool.
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Landscape in a neo-classical building in Moscow
Light wrought iron fence in front of the plot just outlines the boundaries, but it does not hide the interior space: so emphasized the connection between the house and its surroundings. Along the fence, between the plots, the trees are planted, and their crowns partially hide the brick wall. The plants - coniferous, bonsai, and luxuriant bushes - are performed in a dynamic palette: from all kinds of shades of green to red and faded shades. Large stones with flat even cuts introduce notes of modern geometrism into the garden composition.
The land plot is small, but it seems more spacious due to difference in levels. For example, the lounge area is slightly recessed: thus, it is comfortably detached from the rest of the space. There are such "household" items, as upholstered furniture, a fireplace, candles, parquet-imitating tiles laid in a herringbone pattern. References to the interior are combined with classic garden solutions: one wall is buried in greenery, up the other — large decorative snails are "crawling". Another recreation site is integrated right into the pool: a hammock is stretched on the supports, and it seems to be floating above the water. Decorative metal balls in the pool catch the house reflection while playing with the scale. The waterfall is gently flowing down the marble wall fragment; glass-fiber- reinforced concrete (GFRC) panels shaped as curtains border it on both sides. Dramatic lighting highlights the folds and elicits associations with a theatrical curtain.