“Sideria” is a mono-structure cider bar. A venture in which we reacted to the background of cider in post-Soviet nations. It is a little container with windows on a few sides. Our task was to generate an atmospheric bar with a little wall area, in which people would really feel comfortable wherever they were inside of the bar. We dependent the layout on the heritage of how and when cider appeared in the post-Soviet nations. We analyzed all the available material and located selected similarities among the bars of the 60s and 70s. Funds components: tiles, plywood panels with a ton of very well-made details.
The basis of our organizing solution is a extended desk. It is a 999 meter lengthy table that operates at numerous heights. It begins close to the entrance and it was important to develop a answer that would be comfy for the people today who sit by the desk. To do that, we positioned substantial seating so that men and women standing in the queue would not rub up against the people today seated there, but would be visually at the identical amount as the persons seated on the bar stools. But on the other aspect of the table we preferred to make a practical and comfortable place for the business of individuals who want to sit for a longer period. So we put two sofas with deep seating in which persons can relax. In order to position the sofa at the table 1100mm high we manufactured a podium. This designed it possible to make a single flat table with no fall downs with seating at various heights.
On the table we place an previous Television ” Kharkiv”. We managed to discover an aged Television set product with the model identify of the city where the challenge is found. On this Tv set set a movie is revealed from the second of Ponomarenko Bureau presentation till the moment of the bar realization. Besides a very long table we have an spot with a large desk which can be employed for a enterprise of up to 3 people. This location is highlighted on the flooring with a picket disc which “flows” about the window. Radial, semicircular components go as a result of the total task, easy styles and roundings are inherent in the 60-70s.
In our venture we used numerous textures and components: dim plywood, white tiles, stainless metal. We made use of the most affordable type of plywood and experimented a lot to give it depth, great tone and level of matte/gloss.
In addition to the inexpensive plywood, the simplest white tile was selected and crushed and tiled. At the entrance in the semi-circle we still left an easter egg, it is a throwback to the quite 1st principle of this project. Maybe we’ll do a project using this material at some stage, but that is not what we’re talking about right now.
On the ceiling we have a pipeline, in addition to lighting we hid the ventilation there. We installed ventilation on the sides and the lighting under. When creating the bar we tested the place in VR alongside one another with the consumers, checked ergonomics and all pathways. Because the context forces us to make compromises and use the space as proficiently as probable.
Architects: Ponomarenko bureau, Volodymyr Ponomarenko Undertaking Area: 26 м2 Challenge Calendar year: 2021 Place: Kharkiv, Ukraine Picture credits: Ivan Avdeenko photography Movie photo credits: Volodymyr Ponomarenko