Alexander Glickman with Silverlining
Project Focus: House of Mystery
Glickman wanted his design for a private client’s house in Moscow, to be a constant series of discoveries for the small family that it inhabits it. The house includes four bedrooms, a living-dining area, a swimming pool and a kitchen. As it is set in a large area of countryside, there was space to spread these features out across on one level under domed ceilings. The architect decided to plan the house in the form of a gun, with the lines spreading out from the central dining area. Extending out at a diagonal line is a glass corridor, used for displaying art, which leads the to the pyramid-shaped study and leisure area: this was the main focus of Glickman’s collaboration with Silverlining.
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