The Russian studio Ruetemple has created a multifunctional living room inside a house in Moscow. Visualized as a white cube that hangs from the ceiling, the volume draws cues from Japanese architecture to produce a calm enclosure which is concentrated in light, air and sense of peacefulness.
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In the center of the room, there is a functional zoning volume, a white cube, dividing the entire living room into five zones of activity: active pastime area, TV area, dressing area, secluded relaxation area and the central area – relaxation area, located inside the white volume.
Under the cube there are withdrawable soft modules, and inside the cube there is a live tree that is illuminated from the above roof window. This is a place for solitude, meditation and relaxation.
Thus, with the help of withdrawable modules, you can create different zones for conversations, board games, and the one who needs to retire can go and have a rest under the tree.
Also, they do not forget about a place for storing clothes. There is a cabinet along one of the walls.
The large openings welcome light into the living room and allow the space to feel less claustrophobic.
The project was made for COTTAGE SOLUTION (NTV Broadcasting Company).
All images © Ruetemple and NTV Broadcasting Company
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