Sketches for projects
The entire architecture of the building is a shimmer of Suprematist motifs, the embodiment of symbolism, combining elements of architecture as a spiritual temple, a tree of life, a mountain as a place of belonging. The color schemes of the building, ranging from blue to gold and ocher, tell the story of the relationship with the main actors of divine plots
Malye Belynichi
A gallery-type house with an exhibition of "ancient culture" is gradually revealed, creating intrigue along the route. Through the main entrance you move to another
atmosphere with a frozen view horizon, a picture of the local landscape and history.
The BalanGod's project on the Bukit peninsula in Bali transforms the region's unique cultural and mystical features into the foundation for an innovative tourist complex. By integrating architectural solutions and multimedia installations, the project creates a deep interaction between the visitor and the space, where the spiral form serves as both a visual and philosophical symbol connecting different levels of reality. This combination of culture, architecture, and innovation makes BalanGod's an attractive and multi-layered tourist destination.
The main concept of the project is to create apartments inspired by the shape of a lotus flower, providing visitors with unique opportunities to immerse in natural processes and conduct underwater rituals. The architectural solution includes four apartments with jungle views and a central pool, which serves as a cosmic symbol of initiation and the core of the complex.
KRC - Florida
The KRC project is inspired by modernist principles, blending historical heritage with innovative vision to create a space where the internal and external worlds are connected through panoramic glazing. The use of modern materials and a commitment to ecological sustainability reflect the spirit of modernism and impart cultural significance to the project.
The architectural project combines an asymmetrical composition and dynamic perception of space with principles of Japanese aesthetics such as "Shizen" (naturalness) and "Kanso" (simplicity), enhancing the building's connection to the natural environment. The design, inspired by the form of the koi fish — a symbol of strength and resilience — utilizes natural materials and elements to create a living space closely integrated with the surrounding landscape, designed for deep meditation and reflection.
This modern sauna project is inspired by the form of a Möbius strip, which endows the building with an infinite and smooth geometry, creating a sense of continuity and unity of space. The architectural solution promotes natural air and light movement, ensuring an optimal microclimate and visual connection with nature. The use of natural materials such as wood and stone emphasizes the sauna's eco-friendliness and aesthetic appeal, making it an ideal place for relaxation and rejuvenation.
This modern minimalist bedroom design creates a functional and serene space, ideal for relaxation and rejuvenation. The room's spaciousness is emphasized by clean lines and a lack of unnecessary details, combining functionality with contemporary aesthetics.
Coral reef
The community village concept is a space where corporate development teams find a place to create products that improve people's quality of life and make a positive contribution to the global ecosystem. The basic idea here is inspired by coral reefs.

A coral reef is a habitat for marine life, a system that helps clean up the ocean. Likewise in the community village, teams create innovative products that have a positive impact on the world.

The "Opera" project embodies the interaction of art and nature, creating an endless amphitheater where the ocean becomes a living stage and the spatial composition and building facades dynamically respond to natural conditions. The architecture integrates advanced ecological technologies such as green roofs and water recycling systems, highlighting the project's environmental sustainability and transforming it into a multifunctional theater where nature and culture merge. Each design element is transformed into an artistic installation that reflects maritime themes and cultural values, deepening the connection between architecture, art, and the environment, where the spectacle of nature becomes part of an ever-changing theatrical performance.
The multifunctional business complex project is based on the principles of Neoplasticism by Mondrian, expressed through strict horizontal and vertical lines using primary colors: red, blue, and yellow, which enhance navigation and spatial zoning. The facades combine transparent elements to maximize the use of natural light and visual connectivity between the interior and exterior, fostering a sense of openness. The sketches, done in hand-drawn graphics, highlight the project's uniqueness and its aesthetic appeal.
The architectural design of the buildings was developed with an emphasis on organic architecture and elements of modern wooden architecture, where wide roof overhangs, strict lines, and the use of natural materials create restrained elegance and enhance the connection with nature. The integration of the buildings with the surrounding landscape is facilitated through transparent stained glass, which blurs the boundaries between the interior and exterior spaces, and the carefully planned landscaping contributes to comfortable living, privacy, and harmonious interaction with nature.
The private house project is inspired by Suprematism and the works of Ivan Leonidov, combining geometric forms and interaction with nature to create architecture as sculpture. The building merges functionality and simplicity with the use of modern materials such as concrete, glass, and metal, highlighting spatial openness and light. These elements create a visually impressive living space that harmoniously interacts with the surrounding landscape.
The private house project is based on the fluid lines of nature, inspired by the study of flora from tropical forests, reflected in the smooth, organic curves of the architecture and the use of natural materials such as wood and stone. The space is organized to maximize the use of natural light with large windows and stained glass, providing a visual expansion of spaces and merging the interior with the exterior.

The external areas of the house are closely integrated with the landscape, which includes water features and greenery, creating living relaxation zones and enhancing the sense of harmony with nature.
The private house project was developed considering the terrain and archetypal models of human psyche, aiming to reflect the aesthetic and functional values of the owners through elements of Eastern philosophy and a psychotypical portrait of personality. The architectural image of the house is based on concepts of energy, simplicity, and value, using symbolism and forms reminiscent of plant pollen to create a flexible modular building system that adapts to individual plot boundaries and internal demands. The project incorporates Japanese architectural methods, applying the principles of Yugen to create dynamic enfilade spaces that reflect natural processes and integrate the building with the landscape, maintaining harmony and the integrity of the architectural complex.
Creative team
Sketches — Stanislav Nikolaev