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House / Yury Permyakov

House / Yury Permyakov

Yury Permyakov designed a simple house that adheres to the client’s main concern: to maximize the seperation from the neighboring houses. The 300 sqm house is seen as some “kind of pearl” that wrapped by a protective layer, and only a slight sliver of the inner surface of the facade is left open. The exterior protective surface is a coarse dark-colored metal sheets with small holes.

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Architects: Yury Permyakov

Location: Samara, Russia

Location: Samara, RussiaProject Area: 300 sqmProject Year: 2009

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Karen Cilento
Cite: Karen Cilento. "House / Yury Permyakov" 16 Apr 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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