Private interiors and public spaces inStyle loft and minimalism no one surprises. And what about the bars? Similar thoughts were set by the architect Valery Lizunov and created such an institution purely for himself. Craft bars are now very popular - their number in Moscow is increasing every year. Against the backdrop of this competition, the owners have to differently attract visitors - new varieties, delicious snacks, a variety of entertainment and so on. That's the new craft bar on Pyatnitskaya Street and beckons with its interiors designed by the architect Valery Lizunov. Valery Lizunov, Archpoint Designer, architect and head of the Archpoint office, which is engaged in creating and decorating high-end restaurants, shops, hotels, golf clubs and country houses. Almost for 20 years of existence the company has sold more than 150 large and unique objects, including abroad. Valery, having behind him a lot of developments, decidedMake your own crafting bar, designing it specially for yourself and your friends. A new institution called Parka is located in the heart of Moscow, occupying premises on the ground floor and in the basement of the old Zamoskvoretsky house. It combines two styles - Loft and Scandinavianminimalism. Therefore, in the decoration of a lot of light wood (ash), birch plywood, brick and concrete. For the design of bar counters, a salt brick is used. Practically on all wooden surfaces, including on the stairs to the basement floor, you can sit or stand like a pillar. Large windows "on the floor" makes the bar part of a busy street. Behind the bar there is a large board, like at the airport, looking at which you can immediately see the prices and place an order. The first floor looks like the room of a steam room (from here andName Parka). Inventing the interior and concept, the architects - Valery Lizunov, Ekaterina Ageeva and Lilia Berganova - made it look like a bathhouse. As a result, the room turned out to be modern and minimalistic, reminiscent of a sauna rather than a traditional Russian steam room. The lower halls are in the basement. In the first - a bar and a kitchen, the second is more spacious, where the traditional seating is preserved: tables, chairs, a bench near the wall. Material for it was logs, located earlier between the first and second floors. Some tables are an additional source of illumination at the expense of the base, it is filled with a highlighted salt brick. Architects have preserved in the lower halls ancientBrick vaults. And also created a kinesthetic sensation of the steam room: through the smells of soaked brooms, the taste of draft beer, the touch of steam, which sometimes produces a smoke machine. Furniture is made according to the drawings Archpoint,Also used leather chairs from Jess, lamps in the form of hops from Akteka. In each of the three halls, there are large TV screens broadcasting sports events. In such a bar will be cozy as a large friendly company, and a couple of people who are going to talk.
December 12, 2017