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Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow



Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow,

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Modern Art Design Nouveau in Moscow

Our recent history knows of many low-quality styling. This, on the contrary – high-quality, fair as a whole and in individual cases. Architect Oleg Carlson builds a private country house, sometimes – very large, rather palaces than houses – estates in style and scope. One of the features of such an order is that his works are little known: not all customers are ready to publish their homes and stand on the “architecture” has become the first “by publishing” one of the new buildings Oleg Carlson’s estate near Moscow, “Modern”, the construction which was completed in 2009. I must say that around this booth in the Arena was like a much larger audience crowded in front of him, examined and discussed – even the part was evident that the house has caused genuine interest in fellow architects. The second feature of private ordering – the majority of clients (not that an absolute majority, but ninety percent sure) prefers historical styles. In this case, the customer asked the architect to build a home in Art Nouveau style. The reason for this wish was not so much aesthetic as, say, genealogy: the ancestors of the hostess (a house built for her birthday) possessed, among other things, a house on the Volga River, was built in the early XX century in Art Nouveau style.

Oleg Carlson and architects of his office, to build up to this many private homes of all sizes and style, took the task as a kind of professional challenge and began work on a project studying books about modernity and its monuments, the “immersion style”. Toured Europe, studying the construction of the century, taken a great interest in collecting and restoring furniture of this time. Strictly speaking, Oleg Carlson, as he himself admits, has set itself the important task completely independently. To some extent this decision has affected the place – the house is located in the village master plan which did Ilya Utkin. Master plan has not been fully implemented, but Utkin built two houses on one of the main streets of the village, “the homestead Modern” Oleg Carlson was just between them. The credibility of Ilya Utkin, the famous “wallet”, the keeper of heritage and a master classicist, in many ways defined the “bar” – so to the core “dynastic” motivation ordered it added a purely creative task: to penetrate the principles of construction of Art Nouveau architecture and make quality, accurate styling . More interesting to consider what happened.

In exactly replicate any sample Nouveau beginning of XX century, architect, of course, could not. First of all, for the most banal reason: stylization stylization, and the house must be modern and provide its residents a significant part of the benefits of modern civilization: the garage for several cars, including the thinking of the staff and security, swimming pool inside the house (to him we shall return). From convenience features is called one thing: between the house and protect the main house is constructed underground passage, so that in bad weather masters could leave the car and enter the house without namoknuv rain (do not fall under the stones from the sky “- jokingly explains architect) . In addition, the scale and size of the house is also quite modern, and not appealing, as one might think, to the historic palaces: “home-dvuhtysyachnik (area of ??the main house” Manor Modern “- 1700 meters) has become over the past 10 years, a kind of benchmark wealthy suburban Moscow home. However, in the era of modern typology of the palace did not work perfectly – the palaces were in the XIX century, revived later, in 1910, but in a neoclassical style. Modern building: train stations, malls, high-rise apartment buildings, as well as private accommodation – wooden suburban cottages and stone townhouse. Therefore, even the phrase “estate Modern” sounds somewhat unexpected: in the early XX century manor with its cherry orchards and modern, with its villas, which were cut down to accommodate those same gardens, were more antagonistic. In short, the typology of a country palace in the Art Nouveau architects had largely invent …

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