Gallery: Peter Kostelov’s beautiful patchwork house is shielded by a sl...

Peter Kostelov’s unusual Volga House is constructed from an elaborate slotted framework of wooden patchwork tiles. Emulating the traditional “dacha” year-round home, this Soviet-style structure is made up of fragments painted in varying shades of brown and arranged at different angles in order to regulate sunlight. Spotted over at Architizer, the interesting multi-layered structure combines traditional wooden overlapping planks with less conventional additions such as spade hafts and forged square timber.

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  1. heisnamshantanu December 15, 2011 at 3:24 am

    haha, and looks like he always misses some spots in between.

  2. lazyreader July 6, 2011 at 7:50 am

    I bet he plays Tetris.

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