Along with the hotel “ZEG”, which is situated in the heart of Tbilisi, on Kote Abkhazi street, the constituent elements of the architectural complex are a yard with a two-level terrace and the restaurant “Adre” with two closed halls connected with it. It should be noted that one of the halls is located in the old Tbilisi basement, which dates back to the 18th century. The old space retains the walls and roofing spools in their original form, while the accented colors give new life to the minimalist interior. We kept the existing stone walls in the second closed hall as well, which created a peculiar minimalist, though cozy background for placement of other elements of the interior. Mostly there are used natural materials, neutral tones and elements with accented colors.
▼地下室入口，basement entrance ©Nick Paniashvili
▼地下室保留了旧墙和屋顶框架 ©Nick Paniashvili
the old space retains the walls and roofing spools
▼酒窖，wine space ©Nick Paniashvili
▼墙面用于储酒，walls for wine storage ©Nick Paniashvili
▼色彩鲜明的元素，elements with accented colors ©Nick Paniashvili
▼餐厅主体空间，the principal space of the restaurant ©Nick Paniashvili
▼大面积侧开窗引入光线 ©Nick Paniashvili
large lateral windows bring light into the room
▼由格鲁吉亚艺术家绘制的拱门，the arch painted by the Georgian artist ©Nick Paniashvili
▼拱门近景，closer view ©Nick Paniashvili
Although the restaurant is the part of the complex, access to the courtyard from the main street is possible through an arch existing separately from the hotel. This arch is one of the main elements of the complex, painted by the Georgian artist and the characters are inspired by Pirosmani’s paintings. The principal space of the restaurant, with the help of openings placed on different sides, creates a visual connection with the old street, the yard and the corridor connecting it, which allows us to unite spaces visually, connect and make them even more interesting. There is preserved charm and coziness of the Tbilisi yard in the complex located in the heart of the old historical city.
▼庭院，the yard ©Nick Paniashvili