An example is the design of the Mohora fine dining restaurant.
The room is light-filled, the effect created thanks to the pastel finishing of the walls. A lot of light and air comes through the triangular panoramic windows, decorated with pleated drapes. Light fixtures and lusters by Eichholtz are in colonial style, handmade from transparent glass with brass trimming. The key lighiting is brass system AUROOM with accent light - lamps LOCUS.
Furniture upholstered with fabric or leather (Eichholtz) hints on British or Dutch neo-classical design, making the space magnificent. Accessories include, here o there, figures of exotic animals, statues, of course, and lots of greens in the painted vases. Most importantly, the key element is not lost among the abundance of the designer techniques: the space is very hospitable and inviting to communicate. The fireplace, finished with natural stone contributes to it greatly.
This project if very interesting since the format of the establishment is a country club, which meant the design of not only the indoor interiors but also of the outdoor space.
The complex includes a full-scale fine dining restaurant, vine and cinema bars, pavilions and terraces by the stream and a swimming pool.
Clever zoning of the territory allowed to show the beauty of the splendid plants in all their glory and blend the Complex’s facilities into the context, work by landscape designer Anna Tesheva. This land is special, it’s steeped in history. And the design had to marry these base data. The colonial architecture, which combines Колониальный стиль, где сочетаются good old-fashioned classics, ethnicity and contemporaneity, proved to be optimal.
General impression of the design: Durable, expensive, complimented with bright accents.