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the country is well known for its wonderful decorative light fittings, many using perforated lampshades to project beautiful patterns onto walls and ceilings. Not ones to miss an opportunity like this, we wanted to both pay homage to this tradition, and to produce a contemporary version of the theme. Tis venue overlooks the lush gardens


and pools that surround the main building of the hotel. When standing on the terrace overlooking the wondering views on offer, you can’t but feel inspired by the sense of nature. We therefore decided to use the imagery of the plants and water as projected patterns in the project. Te imagery of plants was represented by abstract patterns onto exterior canopies, while spotlights within planters create shadows onto interior ceilings and exterior walls. Te water theme is carried to the bar, where moving animated ripples give the space vibrancy.


Pivnaya Apteka, Baku Having met designer Henry Chebaane a few years ago, we understood that he likes to design hospitality spaces that very much take the guests on a journey of discovery. He creates unique narratives that inform his design word the very start of the creative process. And thus it was when we worked with him on this new restaurant and bar concept in Baku, Azerbaijan.


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