Interior for Students / Ruetemple

  • 10 Jun 2013
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Architects: Ruetemple
Location: Moscow,
Design Team: Alexander Kudimov, Daria Butahina
Area: 33 sqm
Year: 2013
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Wishes of the customer: to design a room for two students: a brother and a sister, provide an area for work and recreation area.

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The concept: work area is fixed, recreation area is dynamic, it can be changed due to the cube-transformer. Cube consists of three mobile modules. Depending on the positions of the modules cube transforms the room into a living room, a cozy chill-out room, a parlor, a room within a room or a bedroom with one or two beds – transformations are numerous.

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Between beams there are grid hammocks on which you can lie down and look up at the sky or read a book.

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The project is made for << COTTAGE SOLUTION >> (” NTV Broadcasting Company “)

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Cite: "Interior for Students / Ruetemple" 10 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=383699>
  • Croco Dile

    Good work.

  • Wang Yixuan

    I find many innovation and consideration in this work.Fantastio!

  • dstaging TA

    Japanese style in Russia…..wow.

  • valentin racko

    Great work, I love the ideas in there, must be amazing to live there. But I would be afraid that the cube modules on wheels would roll over because of small base.

  • Rue Critchfield

    So Im simply extreeeemely curious as to where they got the inspiration for the name of this house haha

  • xander hage

    every idea from the stairs up to the roof is stolen from ezzo designs e-spress-oh office design!