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Russian architect Alex Nerovnya has made a name for himself through his eccentric and innovative use of geometric shapes in his projects, a style which he has consistently represented with every one of his works. The York House is no exception, as it showcases this remarkable talent in full effect. Sitting atop a mild incline, the forest-dwelling boasts an impressive gable roof that was inspired by traditional architecture yet updated for modern times.
The core of the building houses four guest bedrooms and divides the residence into two distinct sections. This balance between form and function gives the structure a unique appeal that draws attention from all angles. Inside, the allure only continues to grow as its warm wood paneling, and glazed windows open up to breathtaking views of their environment while also providing maximum light exposure. Guests can take full advantage of the outdoors by stepping out onto the various multi-leveled terraces that descend towards the forest floor below. Truly wondrous, remarkable, enchanting, captivating, and majestic, Alex Nerovnya's York House is nothing short of spectacular.