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Russian Cottage Looks Like it's Wrapped in Patchwork Quilts

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Designed by Russian architect Peter Kostelov, this twee little guest cottage in Tverskaya, Russia was created as an homage to early nineteenth-century Russian architecture, when, in the designer's words, "people had limited access to building materials, so as a result most private houses looked like patchwork blankets." Called The Deco Pattern House, the place measures in at 69 feet long and 20 feet wide, with an exterior made up of overlapping timber panels and laser-cut wooden trimmings that almost look like computer graphics. Inside, there's more of the same patched-together walls and ceilings, plus enough space for two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and a full-sized bathroom. Find an interior shot below, then head over to Architizer for the full gallery.

· Deco Pattern House [Architizer]
· Deco Pattern House by Peter Kostelov [Dezeen]