11 Shed House

Shed House

Posted on June 1, 2009 by

Russian house

One might think this houses in Smolensk city, Russia are preparing for their summer skin shedding, and become more brown.

In reality that’s how the local house maintainers are making houses coldproof. They just put raw PU foam on the walls, around the flats and with some time the fawn-coloured foam starts looking like this brownish substance.

Russian house 1

Russian house 2


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11 Responses to “Shed House”

  1. Miss India says:


  2. CZenda says:

    The one who came up with such silly idea must have been drunk unconscious.

  3. Kirov says:

    Absolutely useless exercise. Does not help and looks so ugly. Person who came up with this idea must have skipped school and be on temporary leave from mental institute ! And people in building must be numbed…. how can you let someone do this to your house.

    • Kirov says:

      This foam will dissolve / get brittle / turn to dust fast because of UV rays in sunlight. Is not to be used in exposed to light areas.

      • nonez says:

        Wrong. Not all foam reacts this way. for instance, packing styrofoam is resistant to the sun. Also, I guess you didn’t read, this is a seasonal thing meaning it’s used for one season only.

  4. Are you sure this isn’t mold? I heard that Russians make their bricks out of cheese.

  5. Cookie Monster says:

    yum it looks like cookie!!!

  6. w says:

    OMG russians cant afford double glazing.

  7. pimp says:

    Is this poop at over the wall?

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