This project is elegant, moderate, matching architecture and time.
We had the following tasks: to fit and practically vanish in the surrounding area, not to block views to Moscow city, to keep a feeling of height, to design a maximum of scenarios for pastime and to create angles that could open views to the city, to work with light.
How did we manage: we organized an open space, left a minimum of partition walls, filled the interior with light, calm and monochrome surfaces; color accents and a painting made the interior look fresh and saturated full of air.
Glass became the main theme in the project.
It’s logical as glass doesn’t block the view and makes things look lighter. This project has a lot of glass elements and pieces of furniture. Sometimes they are absolutely transparent, sometimes they have an unusual meaning (like a glass chair). To make glass look not too industrial we added natural textures: warm wood, smooth and relief stone.
All of these glass details became highlights and made the interior special and shows its character.