The Dacha’s Origami by Peter Kostelov Construction is Minimalist

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 4, 2012 • References: & dezeen
Boasting a decidedly all-white palette, the Dacha’s Origami by Peter Kostelov is multi-functional.

Created for a Russian TV show, this structure granted the architect complete creative freedom. The show's premise is that the designer and client meet once to discuss the construction, and then the project is unveiled to create drama. In this particular case, the customers asked that their summer house incorporate a barbecue, sunbathing facilities, space for sporting and parties.

The result was this ultra modern construction that boasts an open concept design of compartments. Though this construction is open to the elements, it is complex in its cubicle placement to create shelter when necessary. The Dacha’s Origami by Peter Kostelov displays showstopping minimalist novelty. Stats for All-White Summer Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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