Cafe "Yerevan" - ethno minimalism

Interior Design of "Armenia" Store and "Yerevan" Café on Pushkin Square in Moscow, Russia Moscow / Russian Federation / 2008

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The project includes “Armenia” grocery store of a boutique style and Yerevan cafe-bar for 50 seats. The project was implemented according to the customer’s requirements in an austere minimalist style, using elements and principles of «High Tech» with delicate allusion to ethnic Armenian motifs of national architecture. In particular, related motifs and elements of Armenian architecture are used in the interior (cantilever staircase of Burtelashen chapel in Noravank monastery [14 century], vertical skylights on the main church dome of Khorakert monastery [13 century], wall lining with pure hewn white travertine, motifs of Lmbatavank Church [7 century] cornice in the light performance), other essential elements and colors of Armenian architecture, painting and taps. Architects: Telemak ANANYAN, Gohar ISAKHANYAN 3d modeling and visualization: Karen AGHAJANYAN
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    The project includes “Armenia” grocery store of a boutique style and Yerevan cafe-bar for 50 seats. The project was implemented according to the customer’s requirements in an austere minimalist style, using elements and principles of «High Tech» with delicate allusion to ethnic Armenian motifs of national architecture. In particular, related motifs and elements of Armenian architecture are used in the interior (cantilever staircase of Burtelashen chapel in Noravank monastery [14 century],...

    Project details
    • Year 2008
    • Work started in 2006
    • Work finished in 2008
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Showrooms/Shops / Bars/Cafés / Interior Design
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