Two young architects and visualizers from Moscow imagined and visualized a bright coloured house for a family.
“We didn’t want to invent something new, we wanted to harmoniously combine the color and shape”, tell us the architects.
An experimentation with colour and shape resulted in a pastel-coloured house and a modern minimalistic shape.
Sonora reflects a bright vision which doesn’t follow the standard minimalistic boxes.
Despite their interest mostly in shape and colour, Davit Jilavyan and Mary Jilavyan state: “we thought that the house should be adapted to the surrounding environment”.
Facts & Credits
Project title Sonora House
Architecture/design Davit Jilavyan and Mary Jilavyan
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