Posts Tagged ‘russia’

Pokrovka 6 Hotel by Ptizzaryba, Moscow – Russia

February 13th, 2018

A stripped-down aesthetic and a palette of bright hues allude to works of Russian avant-garde artists. This motif is further elaborated through interplay of ceiling slopes and geometric wall treatments. Soviet era light fixtures, furniture, and tiles, all sourced by Pastcode continue the theme of Russia’s 20th century heritage.

Nevka by Art Gluck Design Group, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

February 7th, 2018

As a conceptual basis, the rhythm of weaving loom’s filaments was taken. Interiors of public spaces in the building have a dynamic composition of intersecting lines. The business center’s navigation and its corporate identity were also made in general style.

Triumph motorcycle store by Alex Feskov, Moscow – Russia

February 7th, 2018

Designing the perfect space would be impossible without collecting region-specific insights into customers’ behaviours and understanding what drives a visit to the brand’s store. Customers visit Triumph stores for many different reasons and the fixtures and layout of the new Triumph store designed specifically around these missions.

SKB Kontur office by VOX Architects, Yekaterinburg – Russia

January 29th, 2018

For the new 11 level building of IT company Kontur, design studio VOX Architects developed an iconic brutal youth style interior with intuitive internal navigation, expressive and clear color code for zoning and floor levels.

Grill Station by Andrey Perepechko, St. Petersburg – Russia

January 19th, 2018

The interior is designed by Andrey Perepechko is a solid industrial décor of metal and concrete combined with natural materials, like wood and marble. The bar stand is decorated with concert-style lighting. All the lines in design are straight and forms are strictly geometrical: big circular lamps or hexagon décor on the walls.

Italian Visa Center by MEL | Architecture and Design, Moscow – Russia

January 17th, 2018

The textures of light-colored concrete which was used to finish the floor, walls and the ceiling are stylistically combined with the structural elements of furniture and other equipment made of a white metal profile, grid, and frosted glass.

Catcher store, Moscow – Russia

January 9th, 2018

The boutique, called Catcher, is an initiative by Lidiya Aleksandrova, a fashion professional with a lengthy track record in the luxury business, and pretty much reflects here expertise as a buyer and store manager.

ARTEZA office by arch.funk, Moscow – Russia

January 2nd, 2018

The main accent in the interior has been made on the preserved and restored walls of red brick. All new items and furniture have been designed in white and black colors to visually highlight the red brick in the interior.

5Essence store by Beformstudio, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

December 26th, 2017

At first sight the interior looks completely contemporary, but as you travel within the space of this shop it is possible to see many subtle details of vintage style which blends harmoniously with modern design.

3D storytellers installation for Parra Store by Alan Khadikov, Moscow – Russia

December 22nd, 2017

All these objects – whatever they were – a vertical flat panel or a table with mockup – bring to the viewers the idea of what the furniture is made of, how the manufacturing process is organised and what kind of furniture one may find in Parra brand store.

Big Wine Freaks bar by B-Arch, Moscow – Russia

December 12th, 2017

The chosen aesthetic projects an ornate pseudo-Russian style, and is captured by rich materials – mind you, there’s a lot of velvet – and a balanced infusion of colour.

Heineken Office by ABD architects, Moscow – Russia

December 9th, 2017

The main idea of ​​the office was the atmosphere of a picnic and the joy of meeting with the doves. In general, ABD architects wanted to create a light, bright and fresh space, filled with air and natural elements.

Peserico store by C&P Architetti, St.Petersburg – Russia

November 27th, 2017

Asiago white marble, natural oak wood and waxed iron are the materials used for the refurbishment of the new premises. The marble slabs were used for the flooring and extend up the lateral walls with the same straight lay pattern.

Adri BBQ Restaurant by Evgeniy Evdokimov, Russia – Moscow

November 6th, 2017

Adri designed this restaurant for noisy companies of friends who enjoy signature cuisine and wine, hence, the planning of the space was intended to be mobile. Flower pots create transparent partitions between strangers but they can be easily moved around.

Mansarda Restaurant by Piuarch, St Petersburg – Russia

November 4th, 2017

Enclosed within these vibrant surfaces, the furnishings are absolutely minimal: the dining room has square tables with walnut tops arranged in a regular layout and matched with wooden upholstered chairs, while various decorative screens made with a lacquered black frame and a cascade of hanging spoons create unusual decorative partitions.

Km20 store relocation by Novoe and Maria Kachalova, Moscow – Russia

October 31st, 2017

The newly built structure shows off its bare shell, creating a backdrop that’s raw, utilitarian, and obviously ideal for playful interventions. Counterbalancing this challenging aesthetic, is the poured concrete flooring which extends across the premises, and which also forms the perfect blank canvas for km20’s numerous retail installations and settings.

P.Y.E Store Hlebozavod by Lesha Galkin, Saint Petersburg – Russia

October 24th, 2017

The factory is a classic example of constructivism style, and the main goal was to maintain the style in the new interior. Floor, color palette of the store (which refers to Soviet Union sanatoriums), monumental beige panels with a clock and the shape of lamps – everything is a gentle reminder of Soviet era.

FOODYDO Wrap Bar by DA architects, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

October 23rd, 2017

FOODYDO Wrap Bar by DA architects, Saint-Petersburg – Russia

Maxim restaurant by Piuarch, Moscow – Russia

October 18th, 2017

The space is fluid, structured like a loft on several levels, with exposed concrete, wide plank flooring in dark wood, glass, metal and Chester-style sofas, bars where cocktails are mixed, and aged leather and tartan fabric details.

Voda bar by Korpus, Moscow – Russia

October 13th, 2017

The ground floor setting at Voda comprises of exposed brick walls, embellished with precision cut-outs filled with architectural forms and objects, a plaster-cast bar with stools accompanied by a large table, a dark wooden ledge that subtly runs along one side of the room, and last but not least, a limestone-covered staircase whose robust spatial features amplify the visual drama. Upstairs the atmosphere shifts to homey and relaxing with a lounge area to match.