AND Y Cafe by Eduard Eremchuk

An orange vibrant space that resembles a subway station

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AND Y咖啡馆所在的广场正对着由建筑师Jan Zanis于1974年设计的唐州公共图书馆。被大学校园环绕的图书馆及其周边区域既是罗斯托夫的现代文化生活中心,也是许多当地艺术节和展览的主要举办地。因此,本次项目的委托方希望设计团队能够在有限的店铺空间内充分利用好当地的流量优势。

AND Y cafe is located on the square right in front of Don State Public Library designed by architect Jan Zanis in 1974. Surrounded by local universities which is an active center of modern cultural life of Rostov-on-Don. It is also an important cultural center of the city, with many art festivals and exhibitions taking place there. Therefore, the founder expected to have a high visitor traffic and as a number of seats and area of the place is not very big, I  had an aim to organise this traffic.

▼项目概览,project preview © Inna Kablukova

足够容纳往来客流的狭长等候区域,以及占据一半空间的开放式厨房会让人联想起地铁站。室内的LED屏幕作为店铺中最重要的元素之一,不断地播放着带有电子脉冲效果,有关城市、生活方式、自然风光的冥想视频。

Long and narrow space for an endless stream of visitors,  half of  which is an open kitchen led me to associate it with subway station. Thus, the LED screens in the space became one of the most important element of the interior which play meditative videos about urban cities, lifestyle, nature with glitch filtres.

▼地铁站般的室内空间,interior space like a subway station © Inna Kablukova

▼悬挂的LED屏幕不断播放着视频,
the hanging LED screen plays video continuously © Inna Kablukova

店内的所有家具均为充满活力的橙色调,它们大多数是由穿孔金属制成的可变形几何桌椅,方便顾客快速地用餐。家具的形状受到俄罗斯方块的启发,整个空间也因此更加可变且灵活。空间中还有一张专为多人设计的长桌,其顶部光滑,边缘呈圆状。窗户前的两张小型私人桌子,可供想在咖啡馆多呆一会儿的顾客使用。大桌由当地的一家工厂制造,他们通过一种视觉上的技巧,来将桌子的顶部固定在看似不稳实则牢固的桌腿上。小椅子则由当地家具品牌“DELO”制造。

▼可供多人使用的大型长桌,large long table for many people © Inna Kablukova

▼受到俄罗斯方块启发的家具,furniture inspired by tetris © Inna Kablukova

▼窗台休息区,sill rest area © Inna Kablukova

All furniture in the space painted in energetic tone of orange color. Most of the furniture is transformable geometrical stools-tables made of perforated metal and designed for quick lunch. Shapes of the furniture were inspired by Tetris cubes which are also transformable and very mobile. So the space came out very flexible and you can change its organization literally every day. There is also one long table which is designed for a big group of people. This table has a smooth top with round-moulding edges. There are two small private tables in front of the window for people who would like spend more time in the cafe. Big table is made on a local factory (with a visual trick where the top of the table staying on the legs which seems unstable, but they reinforced inside). Small chairs are made by a local furniture brand “DELO”.

▼细部,details © Inna Kablukova

地板上的浅灰色方砖、穿孔金属、网格化的LED屏风和卫生间里出人意料的奶牛花纹,共同突显了室内装饰的主题。设计团队希望营造出一种模糊了虚实界限的数字世界,为人们带去非同一般的未来感体验。

The leitmotif of the interior is repeating pattern: light gray square tile on the floor, perforated metal, grid of LED screens and unexpected cow patter in a restroom. I would like people to feel different and create an illusion of a digital world, to blur boundaries between real and virtual. So the visitors can experience this super futuristic atmosphere in this space.

▼布满奶牛图案的卫生间,the restroom full of cow patter © Inna Kablukova

Photography : Inna Kablukova
Location : Russia, Rostov-on-Don
Architect : Eduard Eremchuk
Area : 120 sq.m.
Type : Cafe

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