Rublevka Familly Residence

by Oleg Klodt Architecture Design

The client for this project had a passion for Soviet-era Constructivism and 20th century artworks. The brief specified a reconstruction of a building into a late-Constructivist style. This involved sourcing appropriate aesthetic references from the period, including artefacts and artwork, paired with a modern functionality.

The sourcing exercise was a global project in itself as the designers collected antiques and vintage pieces from all over the world. A somehwat harsh aesthetic includes a monolithic, blackened fireplace which tie in satisfyingly with the black leather armchairs opposite.

With a restrained yet daring colour palette, the home has exciting design details such as a green velvet headboard in the bedroom, to turquoise blue sofas in the dining room. From electricity sockets to larger design pieces, the interior is perfectly in keeping with the 1930s and 1940s style.

Living Room

  • 554
  • 311
  • 266
  • 264
  • 240
  • 237

Kitchen

  • 702

Dining Room

  • 303
  • 238

Swimming Pool

  • 372

Hallway

  • 278
  • 284

Study

  • 285
  • 213

Home Office

  • 419

Bathroom

  • 549

Bedroom

  • 344
  • 234
  • 242

Staircase

  • 284

Exterior

  • 275
  • 788

Garden & Outdoor

  • 788