Located in Moskovskaya Oblast, Russia, this unusual raised home design took center stage and even picked up a number of awards along the way. Minimalist interiors lead out to a simple but stunning semi-circular balcony – the home’s hotspot, according to Kuzembaev, A man always wants to climb higher; after he has climbed, he wants to sit there; and when he has sat down, he would like to have a roof over his head. As part of a total resort reconstruction, which invited some of Russia’s top architects to flex their muscles, so to speak, most of the buildings here are designed by architect Totan Kuzembaev – including Red Guest Houses. Distinctive for their vibrant red color and beach home exteriors, these guest houses are compact, lightweight homes of wood, raised to adapt to the hillside. These sheltered patios provide an unmatched vantage point for the unfolding view. For more design and information please visit Red Guest Houses.