Stunning natural panorama at arm's reach
The design of this somewhat larger house was inspired by simple geometric shapes of dwellings in the northern Scandinavia; rudimentary, but tough tools that our ancestors used to survive and thrive in harsh climate conditions.
One of the unique features of this project, also shown in numerous other works by Alex Nerovnya Architecture, is a pool of calm water, with depths varying from a few centimeters to over 2 meters, depending on the client’s desires. This design solution creates a perfect large mirror surface, adjacent to the building, that creates a visual effect of an upside-down reflected image of architecture.
YUKON house effectively consists of two interconnected structures – the larger one, housing the bedrooms and living spaces, and an additional modular block with a kitchen and a compact dining area. It is more than suitable for families and groups of tourists of up to 4 people, thanks to a double bedroom layout.
The water-adjacent terrace is perfect for friendly get-togethers, sunbathing, barbecues and long evenings with the loved ones.
The water-adjacent terrace is perfect for friendly get-togethers, sunbathing, barbecues and long evenings with the loved ones