Project name: DRUNK DELON
Design firms: KIDZ – Design
Architects: Egor Bogomolov, Victor Aurov, Ivan Gorbunov, Daria Papkova
Visualization: Tatiana Kurochkina
Photo: Polina Poludkina
Location: Moscow, Russia
Area: 30 sq.m.
As part of the “walk in-have fun-walk out” concept, we adapted the interior for two different scenarios – an everyday format with a comfortable low seating position, and a Friday party with space for dancing and fun loud chatting in the crowd. The sofa can be easily disassembled into separate poufs, folding chairs can be hung on the wall, and low tables can be turned into bar tables with one movement of the hand.
We borrowed purely functional elements from the cinema industry – large round lamps migrated from the dressing room mirror to the ceiling of the bar, and the illuminated rack with alcohol turned into a lightbox poster on which a cocktail menu is announced instead of films.
Closed alcohol rack – a large glowing lightbox with an announcement of the bar menu.
Contrasting finishing materials, neon, projectors and brushed metal create optical distortion, or the effect of “light drunkenness”. So that by dropping by a bar, but even not having time to place an order, you can already slightly shake up your usual perception.
Almost all finishing materials, lamps and furniture elements were made to order according to our sketches, and required a huge number of prototypes and sample.