The Chair House by Igor Sirotov is Stark and Modern

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 25, 2013 • References: igorsirotov & inthralld
Hidden away amidst its mountainous surroundings, the "Chair House" by Ukranian architect and designer Igor Sirotov redefines nature living. Clad in graphite stone, this awe-inspiring abode boasts a minimalist linear form that appears embedded into its rocky topography.

The concrete and glass home embraces clean lines and a concept of simplicity. Featuring small skylight openings and minimalist furnishings, this architecture piece exudes a modern air.

The "Chair House" by Igor Sirotov marries its stark stone shell with warm wood and bright blue hued furnishings that add warmth and ambiance to its cold cladding.

Despite of its powerful presence, this architecture piece is meant to simultaneously evoke a feeling of simplicity matched with a calm and gentle air that is synonymous with Sirotov's signature aesthetic. Stats for Chic Concrete Abodes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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