Villa TX House by ZUN architecture and design
ZUN architecture and design Villa TX House designed the project on the outskirts of Moscow. This stunning 9,687 square meter home is a luxurious oasis for active residents who need an area where they can escape the busy city life and enjoy the scenic landscape. This is simply the great home for it. It has all types of facilities and yet offers access to scenic views of the surrounding nature.
It is located in an ancient resort on the banks of a water reservoir. Customers who are active city dwellers needed a home where they could hide from the active city life by immersing themselves in a picturesque corner of the landscape without losing their daily comfort.
The development includes a main house of 450 square meters, a garage / guest house with all necessary technical infrastructure of 250 square meters, a sauna of 60 square meters and a marina for a private boat.
The main goal of the project was to protect the natural landscape with a 7-meter gradient and to provide a panoramic view from the house to the water. The location of the main house and its maximum distance from the water and a distance of 3 meters along the fence on the southwest side were determined by the property boundaries. During construction and already in the final phase, the area was enlarged after the purchase of the adjacent property by the customer, which allowed a mini park to be housed in a modern greenhouse. extended area.
The main house and the garage are connected by the entrance platform, which is the highest point of the property and also the general ground floor. Without being on site and entering the house, you are on the roof with an outdoor terrace with a fabulous view of the water or the lower level of the garage in the area of the guest apartments. Direct access to the landscape park.
The intention to open the house to the water has determined the gallery-like arrangement of the house, in which all rooms are water-oriented and are combined with a single covered terrace, which is accessible from every room of the house through panoramic sliding windows. At the same time, the corridor on the opposite side of the house became a gallery for modern art, and the double high area of the main staircase became a living room with a “perforated wall” with windows perceived. Part of an art exhibition.
The wealthy palette and the various wood structures on the facade of the building blend harmoniously with the surroundings, and the contrast of wood and architectural concrete underlines the harmonious relationship between the work of nature and the work of man.