“Sideria” is a mono-format cider bar. A job in which we reacted to the history of cider in submit-Soviet international locations. It is a tiny container with home windows on three sides. Our process was to produce an atmospheric bar with a smaller wall space, in which folks would sense comfy anywhere they were within the bar. We dependent the style and design on the historical past of how and when cider appeared in the publish-Soviet nations around the world. We analyzed all the accessible substance and identified certain similarities amongst the bars of the 60s and 70s. Spending plan supplies: tiles, plywood panels with a lot of nicely-intended aspects.
The foundation of our organizing alternative is a very long desk. It is a 999 meter very long desk that is effective at multiple heights. It commences close to the entrance and it was important to establish a option that would be snug for the folks who sit by the table. To do that, we placed high seating so that folks standing in the queue would not rub up from the folks seated there, but would be visually at the exact level as the people today seated on the bar stools. But on the other facet of the table we wanted to produce a convenient and relaxed put for the organization of individuals who want to sit lengthier. So we placed two sofas with deep seating in which people today can take it easy. In purchase to spot the sofa at the table 1100mm large we built a podium. This built it doable to make a one flat table with no fall downs with seating at distinct heights.
On the desk we set an previous Television set ” Kharkiv”. We managed to uncover an old Tv set design with the brand name title of the metropolis wherever the task is located. On this Tv set established a motion picture is demonstrated from the minute of Ponomarenko Bureau presentation till the minute of the bar realization. Besides a prolonged desk we have an space with a significant table which can be utilized for a business of up to 3 people today. This region is highlighted on the floor with a wood disc which “flows” in excess of the window. Radial, semicircular aspects go through the entire venture, easy shapes and roundings are inherent in the 60-70s.
In our task we utilized a number of textures and elements: dim plywood, white tiles, stainless metal. We utilized the least expensive type of plywood and experimented a large amount to give it depth, superior tone and amount of matte/gloss.
In addition to the inexpensive plywood, the most basic white tile was chosen and crushed and tiled. At the entrance in the semi-circle we still left an easter egg, it is a throwback to the quite first concept of this job. Probably we’ll do a task using this materials at some position, but which is not what we’re talking about correct now.
On the ceiling we have a pipeline, in addition to lights we hid the ventilation there. We installed air flow on the sides and the lights underneath. When creating the bar we examined the room in VR together with the clientele, checked ergonomics and all pathways. Mainly because the context forces us to make compromises and use the house as proficiently as achievable.
Architects: Ponomarenko bureau, Volodymyr Ponomarenko Task Location: 26 м2 Task Yr: 2021 Area: Kharkiv, Ukraine Image credits: Ivan Avdeenko pictures Film photograph credits: Volodymyr Ponomarenko