13 Houses For Moscow Elite, Part III

Houses For Moscow Elite, Part III

Posted on November 27, 2012 by team

This is the final selection of photographs of elite houses of the Moscow district “Rublyovka”. Few can afford to live there.

See the previous selections: 1, 2.


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13 Responses to “Houses For Moscow Elite, Part III”

  1. skopeil says:

    i wonder why many Russsian Elites prefer staying abroad..they should together rebuilt Russia with the Russian. Rich people mostly suck!!

  2. YJ says:

    An architect’s heaven.

  3. kolobok says:

    all are ugly interirors, thus designers use known brands.. architects nightmare, not dream. these kind of clients pay lots of money, but you must brake yourself nd do shit, if you want to get them. if not you’re doing good stuff but for nothing :) it will always be

    • America says:

      IT’s called work. If an architect dreams to be an artist then go be a freakin’ artist and leave the real work to men who are willing to earn it the old fashioned way, by satisfying their customers desires, not their own.

  4. René says:

    Roman Abramovich owns them ALL!

  5. DirecTV says:

    Opulance… I has it..

    All that’s missing is the miniature giraffe…

  6. peterus says:

    Picture 5-7 is typical redneck style, an rich dumbass without style who came from poor surroundings and now he thinks, he is a king.

  7. Liptonius says:

    Very nice…

  8. Marko says:

    Picture 1 – nice Gervasoni by the pool. Later nice Barovier&Toso chandeliere but the rest is terrible.

  9. anonymous says:

    Why aren’t there any bookshelves?

  10. Douglas says:

    Rublyovskoe Highway has been a place for the privileged ever since it was the Tsars road’ in the 16th century: for the entire Romanov dynasty. Russian rulers Mikhail Fyodorovich, Aleksey Mikhaylovich, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great made pilgrimages to the Savino-Storozhevsky Monastery by this road. Also this picturesque area was always the favorite place for the royal falcon hunting. Here, near the sovereigns, the Russian nobility also made their homes, particularly the Princes Yusupov, Shuvalov and Golitsyn. The times changed, but the nobility continued to live at gated Rublyovka.

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