Christened Shell House, this mussel-shaped modern family recreation centre has been designed by Kovtun Yuri and Burakov Egor of Odessa-based architecture & interior design firm K&B Partners. The house will be built near the sea in Koblevo, Mykolaiv region, Ukraine. The house is designed for small families of 2 people and a large family that can accommodate 4 people or more. The project is planned for the spring of 2023. Read more about the project below at SURFACES REPORTER (SR):
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To design something extraordinary, Odessa-based architecture & interior design has come up with a unique concept. The idea for creating this home came from the mussel, a very common mollusk in the area.
Wood is primarily used for the foundation of the structure and in the decoration.
The strange shape of the structure and the use of materials make it noticeable in its surroundings. It imitates the shell of a bivalve mollusk where two shells of it joint with a hinge.
The project is scheduled to be finished in the spring of 2023.
Project name: Shell House
Architecture firm: K&B Partners
Location: Koblevo, Mykolaiv region, Ukraine
Tools used: Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect: Kovtun Yuri
Design team: Kovtun Yuri, Burakov Egor
Built area: 6 700 m²
Site area: 20 000 m²
Design year: 2021
Completion year: 2023
Visualization: K&B partners
Status: Project, plan to begin building in autumn 2021
Typology: Recreation Center
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