Interior design – Russian studio Monoloko Design completed the redesign of the Galaxy Bar and Bottle Shop located in a neoclassic building in Moscow [Map]. A new azure monochrome interior frames marble geometric forms tuning with philosophical elements of Russian Cosmism and Suprematism.
Reflecting the ideology of Kazimir Malevich, Monoloko combined the 75 sq.m space’s monochrome color scheme with the fundamental principles of Suprematism, an abstract art movement dedicated to pure artistic feeling and basic geometric forms.
“The idea was to create a pure, bright monochrome space that facilitates a release of the mind and the expansion of human perceptions, as if walking onto a non-objective art canvas,” explain at Monoloko Design.
“Color has great influence over human perception and has an extraordinary ability to influence moods and emotions.” From here, the studio created a space aiming to to free the minds of the guests and the way they interact with an imaginative open space.
Layered over the space’s bright blue hue, Monoloko created “a heavenly atmosphere resembling a limitless universe” through the creation of a spatial light installation, consisting of flexible neon light enveloped in a polyurethane shell. The resulting effect is the perception of a non-objective free space, where “guests can take a step back from their traditional views of time and substance,” explain at Monoloko Design.
The minimal and geometric gray marble counters dialogues with the blue surrounding environment. Information about the beers served at the bar float above the spillers like a galaxy of flavours called “Milkyway on Tap”.
Monoloko Design infuses the latest stylistic trends, advanced technology and established architectural traditions into every project while combining the fundamentals of architecture and design.
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Al photos by Dmitry Chebanenkov, courtesy of Monoloko Design and the Galaxy Bar and Bottle Shop.