Using geometric shapes in a unique manner is somewhat of a trademark for Russian architect Alex Nerovnya, and the York House puts that signature style on full display. Placed on a slight incline, the forest dwelling features a simple gable roof. A central core houses four guest bedrooms, dividing the living spaces in two while giving the traditional form an original update. Interiors are lined in warm wood paneling and a glazed facade highlights views of the landscape. To further connect to nature, integrated sliding glass doors open to a series of multi-leveled terraces that lead down to the forest floor.
Photos: Alex Nerovnya Architecture