The historical background of the hotel combines harmoniously with the most up-to-date and modern trends. Something old, Something new is a single phrase which describes the concept of “39” hotel.
In the main office hall there are 60 working places which are separated by shelving units with plants and we also planned 20 extra areas which can be used as a recreation or working zone.
Bringing a piece of art into an open space which doesn’t have any walls was a non-standard solution, but win-win as we created an exhibition in the open-air. When making paintings we were inspired by Le Corbusier and it’s like an homage to the works of the famous architect.
The idea of interior decorated with large size tiles is an intention to show tectonic plate movement via ceramic textures, so we placed them on the walls non-coplanar, at different angles with a light streaming out of it. The whole interior is based on a life-form rock contrasting right pressurized shapes as if cut out of that rock.
A cosy interior with a hint of retro bar where you can have a snack with an appetizer and communicate. The bar includes a space for movement and various companies. We gave up on sofas and armchairs in favor of round dining tables and light chairs. The chairs are Soviet vintage. They display some special retro romance.
The Timeless concept interior is a combination of styles and eras with a particular emphasis on retro. A lot of shapes and items refer to the ‘50s and ‘70s but there are also some modern touches and customized objects. The interior is bright and personalized. Our main goal is to reflect the mood and personality of the customer and display that in the space.
The customer is a young man, a great music lover and traveller, he had been living in Europe and America for a long time. Over the years of travels, he collected some paintings, furniture and decor items from all over the world and that’s the reason why the interior turned out vivid and original.
The aim was both to emphasize the historic part of the house, to pay tribute to the history and as well as making the interior bright and media-based. A combination of baroque, classics and high-tech is a thoughtful solution for a living room in Stalin-era building, completed by arches which have a fresh look in the interior.
This apartment’s project is a combination of styles and eras. Taking into consideration a modern and quite an industrial view, we combined minimalism and Italian retro of the ‘70s. The main idea of the project was to make a clear and light space, with an emphasis on textures and natural shades of Russian middle zone.
We tried to strike a balance between a calm atmosphere, classics and riot of color. Palm trees and flowers are present in this project almost in all rooms as it was the customer’s wish. Clear natural colors as green, sand, terra-cotta, blue don’t differ from the details but combine harmoniously.