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wowhaus reshapes krymskaya embankment into urban park

Image 3 of 28 from gallery of Krymskaya embankment / Wowhaus Architecture Bureau. Courtesy of Wowhaus

Minimalist Apartment in Russia, Moscow by Andrey Gorozhankin

Minimalist Apartment in Russia, Moscow by Andrey Gorozhankin

Tile Facade in front of tub - Black tile bath and shower with wooden boards in showers. Would prefer the shower to full be enclosed in glass

Kate Hume | House Tour | The Color & Shape

Kate Hume

Due to frequent lack of space, dining rooms are mostly substituted by breakfast nooks or dining areas, and today I’m sharing masculine dining zones.

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

This Wood Pavilion Was Designed With References To Early Slavonic Aesthetics

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

natural light, melnikov house 1929 http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/natural_light/

Melnikov House - Russian architect Konstantin Melnikov's Krivoarbatsky Lane residence in Moscow, completed in

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

This Wood Pavilion Was Designed With References To Early Slavonic Aesthetics

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

Room in the Melnikov House, Cleveland. Wow. What a beautiful space to work in...

Melnikov house - made an animation of it for an exhibition in moscow in the on a mac plus.) wonderful space and a funny trip to late sovjet moscow.

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

This Wood Pavilion Was Designed With References To Early Slavonic Aesthetics

Russian designer Vlad Kissel, has created a modern wood pavilion in Moscow, Russia, that has a drop like shape that references early Slavonic aesthetics.

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