A RUSSIAN RESIDENCE WITH LANDSCAPE BY JP INTERIORS DESIGN

A RUSSIAN RESIDENCE WITH LANDSCAPE BY JP INTERIORS DESIGN

November 16, 2021

 

Maxim Astakhov and Ekaterina Yakovenko, head of JP Interiors, have rethought the concept of this luxurious Russian residence in the suburbs and changed the architecture and layout. The aim was to reposition the main rooms so that all the windows had forward-looking views and neighbor houses stayed apart. It was also necessary to get a cozy indoor recreation area with access to the water.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

All these problems have been successfully solved by combining several architectural volumes into a single structure, by terracing the site and by introducing a through arch into the house, which connects the different volumes and creates a passage from the outer courtyard to the inner courtyard.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

 

The residence is designed so that the three bedrooms, living room, dining room, guest room and part of the spa area face the courtyard overlooking the water. The courtyard includes the house’s main terrace, barbecue area, outdoor pool and relaxation area.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

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SHARD SUSPENSION LAMP BY LUXXU

 

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NUKA COUNTER STOOL BY BRABBU

 

The two remaining bedrooms, kitchen and another part of the spa area with a summer veranda face south, overlooking the village’s main lake behind the property line across the street.

 

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EVALUNA ARMCHAIR BY CAFFE LATTE

 

In the basement of the house there is a staff flat, a kitchen for the guest cooks, a laundry room, a house heating unit, a ventilation room, as well as a cinema room, an additional cloakroom and a wine room.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

On the ground floor of the spa area, there are technical rooms, a three-car garage and a guest flat with its own kitchen; on the first floor there is an infinity pool, Jacuzzi, an ice water font, two relaxation areas, a sauna, hammam, changing room, bathroom and shower areas.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

 

On the ground floor of the house there are two cloakrooms, a double-height living room, fireplace lounge, dining room and kitchen with food pantry. Upstairs are a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and bathroom, three additional bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes and bathrooms, an office and a library.

 

 Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

 

The structural part was completed in eight months, while the façade finishing, engineering, decorating and landscaping took other two-and-a-half years. “Any project like this is a huge commitment, a constant search for new solutions and full involvement in all processes,” says Ekaterina Yakovenko, “this is the only way to achieve the goals and ultimate success!”

 

Styling: Natalia Onufreichuk

 


 

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