Endless House: Punkt Architecture

Endless House: Punkt Architecture

Punkt Architecture

Punkt Architecture (Pavel Kotlyarewski+Elena Afromeeva)

We are the couple of architects based in Moscow entered from Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering. We worked in various bureaus such as CUE Reserve, Ginsburg architects, Arch4 AG.

Endless House Concept, 2015

This project was born after the acquaintance with an architect trying to rationalize and even unification in good sense of this word his approach in modular residential house construction.

“Endless house” is a result of our thoughts in this direction, an attempt to reinvent modular residential house. House that could be assembled from the IKEA-like catalog elements. Each block has its own peculiar function: kitchen, dining room, salon, terrace and so forth. Each module consists of two zone: transit and living one. The transit zones being blocked creates an enfilade which provides sunlight and ventilation. Modules are to be installed on steel piles. Extra-engineering like HVAC and so on mounted up to every certain client. The main metaphor while creating was train so we made it linear.