Rusian bassed architect Peter Kostelov has completed a traditional riverside summer house in Tverskaya, Russia called Wood Patchwork House. This house was built in 133 m2 architects and 48 m2 terraces area. This building has a surface divided into rectangles and clad in an assortment of wooden slats painted in different colours. The house overlooks the Volga river in the Tverskaya region of Russia and built contains a kitchen, dining room, guest rooms and bedrooms, a studio, two wardrobe rooms, two verandas and multiple bathrooms.
From The Architects
“Artistic design of the house is a combination of simple layout of the house with clear functioning of it and a facade composed of various shape and color wooden patchworks.”