House and studio for sculptor
"Home is where the art is…"
— The New York Times
"The American house and studio for the famous Russian sculptor…large open spaces, one flowing into another…"
"…a very modern approach — the structural elements and the details of the columns and roof are all exposed, creating a world which adds to the inspiration of the sculptor…"
"…the tower / studio with its pyramidal glass roof creates a ‘sculptural’ light for creation"
— Taburet magazine, Russia
A house and Studio for the internationally recognized Russian sculptor, Ernst Neizvestny, whose projects include Kruschev's tomb, work for the Pope, the largest sculpture in the world, and the gigantic statue of Liberty for Taiwan. His sculptures and paintings are represented in museums and collections all over the world. These buildings will eventually become his museum in the United States.
All the furniture and lighting are custom designed by Mark Dziewulski specifically for the project, providing a consistency of design philosophy throughout.
- The New York Times, USA
- Self Build, UK
- Taburet, Russia