A single-family residential house made of red ceramic brick in four levels - two floors with a ground floor in relief and an attic floor under a tiled triangular roof was designed on a hillside on the outskirts of the ancient village of Petrovskoye near Moscow.
The octagonal volume of the house is placed in such a way that both the entrance from ground level without ledges and differences with stairs to the terrace of the main 1st floor of the house, and the entrance to the ground floor with a boiler room and utility rooms are provided.
On the ground floor there is a kitchen-living room with a multi-light space with a spiraling oak wooden staircase connecting the four levels of the house from the basement to the attic floor. Also on the 1st floor there is an entrance hall and a toilet with a bathtub.
There are three bedrooms with a terrace and a toilet with a shower on the second floor.
There are two bedrooms with a French balcony and a living room with a library on the attic floor.
There are utility rooms: boiler room, laundry room, utility pantry in the basement.
There is also a brick garage for two cars and a wooden bathhouse with a terrace on the lot.