NON-standard hotel

NON-standard hotel

Architecte
Nefa Architects
Lieu
Pirogovo, Moscow area, Russia | View Map
Année du projet
2019
Catégorie
Hôtels
Ilya Ivanov
Fiche technique du produit

ÉlémentMarqueProduct Name
PendantFlos
FurnitureB&B Italia
soft pad gropu - office chairVitra.
Technical lightningModular Lighting Instruments
egg - armchairFritz Hansen
Extrasoft - sofaLiving Divani

Fiche technique du produit
Furniture
soft pad gropu - office chair
Technical lightning
egg - armchair
Extrasoft - sofa

NON-standard hotel

Nefa Architects en tant que Architectes.

The aim of our studio was to create the interior of a private hotel on the territory of a golf club. 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

The project was of interest to us from the very beginning, but after visiting the construction site, we were absolutely delighted! 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

We had to deal with a brilliant space that looked like an industrial building "buried in the heart of a forest". 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

The building was clearly divided into a bedroom area and a wide-open space for entertainment. 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

The design specifications from the clients said that the building should surprise guests, entertain and be filled with various tricks stunts and illusions.  

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

Dutch art hotels such as the New York Hotel in Rotterdam and the Winston in Amsterdam were indicated as points of reference. 

photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

After preserving the industrial background, we brought in “expensive” surfaces and materials for the interior trim. 

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Ilya Ivanov
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Ilya Ivanov

The result is a balanced mix of rugged materials, cast-in-place concrete, rough floor boards, burnished-style features and surfaces made of oxidised copper, marble and Venetian cast glass. 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

We need to talk in more detail about facing the pillars with Murano glass slabs, since this clearly accentuates the pool space and the common area. 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

A piece of cast glass the size of an ancient mobile phone lay for many years on a table in the workshop; it is very beautiful and we got hold of it when discussing some project of ours in the glass workshops at the Stroganovka (Moscow  Academy of Design and Applied Arts). 

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Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

The idea of using cast-glass slabs in the interior has stayed with us since that time, and now the moment has come! Sketches using glass were instantly approved, and then the most difficult part began - looking for a contractor. 

photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov
photo_credit Ilya Ivanov
Ilya Ivanov

A company from the island of Murano and some Czech glassblowers took part in the manufacturing tender, but our choice fell on the Russian company Nickel Collective, which developed the clearest system for fastening and insuring the glass.

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Material Used :

1. Nickel Collective - glass columns
2. Vladimir Babenkov – metal furniture, elements

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