A Super-expansive House With Delightful Features

Yakusha Design, borne out of Ukraine and famed for breaking with Soviet tradition is responsible for this Dnepropetrovskian house. Delightfully surprising, the property was inspired by six people; its inhabitants (four of them children), and despite the impressive figure it cuts in the landscape, is a product of eco design, but it isn't until venturing inside the house that the environmental element becomes obvious. The interior design of this property is primarily an experiment with materials- contrasting and textured, and secondarily, a clear response to the client's brief.

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