Elena Walter's life is closely connected with Italy — she worked as a translator for many years, and four years ago she abruptly changed her activities and created a gallery of vintage Italian light "20th Century Lamps". Thus, an apartment in the center of Moscow has become a showroom in which it is increasingly difficult to find a place to gather a family — Elena has an adult son and daughter
A friend who lived in one of the horticultural societies near Mozhaisk, in April 2017, offered to look at a plot for sale in the village next to the forest. The decision was made spontaneously, immediately during the visiting. "With age, there is no time for doubts," Elena says. - Of course, the neighborhood with a friend also played a role, and the fact that there is a person in the village who is ready to look after the house all year round."
Then, as usual, the torment began — what should be the future house, what color are the doors, walls? How many rooms, what layout? At the same time, Elena knew for sure that there was no resource for a long and expensive construction with builders and a foreman.
During the search, Elena found information about modular houses, then saw the DublDom projects and went with her son to the exhibition area in Zhukovka. There were a million questions, but emotion again turned out to be the key to the choice. "I felt the house when I got inside. And on the second visit I realized: DublDom is exactly what I need", - Elena recalls. — You see people who are in the same aesthetic code with you, and you understand that they can't do anything bad. Of course, there may be some shortcomings, but nothing bad will happen, because the guys have the same spirit as me."
In June, a contract was signed, and in October, a standard DD 65 was delivered to the plot. The house had a kitchen and two beds – all assembled by the DublDom team.