Posted: 06 Mar 2013 11:06 AM PST
Yakusha Design, borne out of the Ukraine and famed for breaking with Soviet tradition is responsible for this Dnepropetrovskian house. Delightfully surprising, the property was inspired by six people; its inhabitants (four of them children), and despite the impressive figure it cuts in the landscape, is a product of eco design, but it isn't until venturing inside the house that the environmental element becomes obvious. The interior design of this property is primarily an experiment with materials- contrasting and textured, and secondarily, a clear response to the client's brief.
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