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BUSH HOUSE concept proposal

Bush House - a very simple in shape and plan residential house is designed to emphasise the natural beauty of living in New Zealand forest.

A wide entry hall with a full height glazing crosses the building and leads to a “glass box” with a stair landing cantilevered

among tree branches. High ceiling with open roof structure at the top level (5.6m to the ridge beam) creates a splendid volume

for the main living area.

Idea for the elevations refers to inspirations from Russian suprematism and traditional Scandinavian architecture.

Main challenge of the project was to protect existing bush ecosystem and build a 24m long concrete

bridge above a stream crossing the site.


Porvo, Finland

Titirangi forest

Kazmir Malevich

Lubov Popova


195 sqm

Project team :


Lena Ochkalova, Vlad Proskurin

Interior views


Proposed plans