Chekhov Restaurant (Saint-Petersburg)

Object: restaurant
Location: St. Petersburg, Petropavlovskaya street, 4.
Total area: 200 sq.m.
Commissioning: 2005

 

To rebuild the restaurant premises in a Russian manor style, it was required to produce furniture, which would give an atmosphere of coziness and time, under individual orders. A sweet cottage idyll, displaced from the late nineteenth century to the beginning of the twenty-first century, talks about the destiny of man and the weather outside, a sweet aroma of tincture, tea for a good mood …

The interior of the noble villas is embodied with care and love for the subject, which can be seen in every detail of its decoration. Oak furniture, cabinets with homemade pickles, a vintage gramophone, a white piano, books that have been read over and over on the shelf — it all gives a special intimacy and warmth to our home. The menu is an old book and the description of dishes plunges into the appropriate age. Softly sounding classical music mixed with singing of forest birds sitting on the veranda and the rustle of the long skirts of the ladies caring for the guests.

To this interior, we have created kitchen sets with unusual balustrades, brackets made of solid wood, colored glass, giving a special comfort, lighting and stylized furniture.

Also, we have designed, manufactured and assembled on-site wall panels and shelves, partitions and balustrades, zoning space, cabinets and display cases, massive tables with carved legs. We used pine, oak with patina and toning, stained illuminated glass.

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