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Ryntovt Design – Eco-hotel Friend House, 2009

© Andrey Avdeenko

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Ryntovt Design – www.ryntovt.com
Eco-hotel Friend House is located on 3 hectares plot in forest resort zone aside of Orel river bank, 30 km far from Dnepropertrovsk. It is a single-floor group of buildings with open yards, parking, terraces, garden and park zones (covered area 1750 square meters). During process of siting, an ineologycal analysis of the region was used, taking into account Earth energy –information field conception. It is space, reflected in details, surrounded by wildlife.
In this project were used exclusively ecological harmless materials: clay, reed and wood. Construction’s carcasses designed from wood and shell stone. Cobwork cocoons of room are united by the roof plate. All furniture and lighting are designed by project – manufacturing company Ryntovt Design.
Intercommunicating with an environment – with forest, river, the ecocover of the buildings is in morphogenesis with natural landscape.
Another distinctive feature of this ecohotel is an apple tree garden. According to a beautiful local legend, a good farmer should necessary invite guests twice a year, first time during garden blossoming in spring and second time on Transfiguration Day, the lightful holiday. during gathering apples in summer.

 

CREDITS

Architects: Ryntovt Design, chief architect: Yuriy Ryntovt
Location
: Kirovskoe village,river Orel, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
Surface
: 3.5 hectares (plot) | covered area 1750 m2
Year/Status
: 2009 | facility operates since of commissioning
Structure
: wooden frame, stone shell rock
Materials
: Clay (local quarry), roof – bulrush (Ukraine), self-leveling flooring, parquet – oak, pine furniture solid wood with inlays acacia & solid wood – oak  doors – solid wood acacia  (all solid wood – local forestry, Ukraine)
Project Team: architect  Yuriy Ryntovt with Oksana Ryntovt, Sergey Nikiforov, Eugene Pucklich
Photography: Andrey Avdeenko

 

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