Laminam 3+, Laminam 5
Photocredits: Ilya Ivanov
“Timeless” is the philosophy that guides the design style of architect Aleksandra Fedorova, applied to exterior and interior architecture. Timeless environments designed with the composition of volumes and essential spaces. One perfect example is the Copper Shell House, a private house constructed in the Serebryaniy Bor region close to Moscow, a highly populated area immersed in the vegetation of a natural park. The countryside in which the house is set has influenced both the choice of structure and the materials used.
Two volumes overlap with the main one that serves as a base, the rectangular floor of which houses the living area and a well-being space occupied largely by an indoor pool. Climbing the stairs, we reach the first floor with its living room and large kitchen, while the bedrooms are found on the second floor.
On the outside, the materials used for the cladding combine to create overlapping and contrasting effects. Large sized oxidised metal-effect Laminam ceramic slabs from the Oxide collection, with the Moro finish, are used as the base.