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 House, family house, moscow, 2019, bright colour, minimal, pastel, Davit Jilavyan, Mary Jilavyan

Sonora reflects a bright vision which doesn’t follow the standard minimalistic boxes.

Sonora House, family house, moscow, 2019, bright colour, minimal, pastel, Davit Jilavyan, Mary Jilavyan

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”.

Sonora House, family house, moscow, 2019, bright colour, minimal, pastel, Davit Jilavyan, Mary JilavyanSonora House, family house, moscow, 2019, bright colour, minimal, pastel, Davit Jilavyan, Mary Jilavyan

Facts & Credits
Project title                  Sonora House
Architecture/design  Davit Jilavyan and Mary Jilavyan

Find more about the work of Davit Jilavyan and Mary Jilavyan on Behance  


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