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MARTIN TRAVEL

  • Square

    55.8 sq.m

  • Автор проекта:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    Мартин Билет

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, БЦ Грани

  • Тип:

    офис

  • Проектирование:

    2020

  • Строительство:

    2020

  • Фото:

    Иван Сорокин, Даниил Жердев

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  • Square

    55.8 sq.m

  • Автор проекта:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    Мартин Билет

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, БЦ Грани

  • Тип:

    офис

  • Проектирование:

    2020

  • Строительство:

    2020

  • Фото:

    Иван Сорокин, Даниил Жердев

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Объект

Этот офис мы проектировали для туристической компании, которая занимается планированием деловых поездок и корпоративных путешествий по всему миру. Помещение, выбранное заказчиком, находится в многофункциональном комплексе Grani на улице Большая Зеленина.

Комплекс состоит из двух исторических отреставрированных и реконструированных зданий XIX-XX вв. постройки и нового современного корпуса. В нем и находится будущий интерьер.

Планировочные решения

Простая и открытая планировка стала идеальным вариантом, позволяющим наполнить офис воздухом и светом. Зонировано пространство очень деликатно - частичными перегородками и панелями из перфорированного металла.

В зоне работы менеджеров островным способом разместили три стола, несколько стульев для посетителей и многофункциональный шкаф-стеллаж, в котором сосредоточена необходимая техника, а также кулер.

Только зона руководителей выделена в отдельное помещение, отгороженное стеклянной перегородкой, смежной со стеллажом, который создает дополнительную звукоизоляцию.
Зону у входа в офис решили использовать для отдыха и презентаций.

Отделка

Мы постарались включить в интерьер материалы, которые уже были до начала нашей работы, задействовав их декоративные возможности. Так, мы оставили нетронутой поверхность бетонной фасадной стены, покрыв ее обеспыливающим лаком. А керамзитобетонные блоки, из которых сложена перегородка, выкрасили белой краской и подсветили. Также оставили нетронутым участок бетонного потолка, по которому прошла проводка открытым способом.

Интерьер получился монохромным и очень сдержанным.
Мягкую жемчужно-серую цветовую гамму дополняют точечные светильники и бра с графичным основанием в черной порошковой окраске, металлические столики и тележки, и черно-белые постеры в духе школы Баухаус. Такая палитра позволила подчеркнуть формы и ритмы, фактуры и важные для нас детали. А чтобы интерьер не воспринимался холодно, мы добавили в него поверхности из натурального дуба, который встречается в гнутых спинках стульев, корпусной мебели и обрамлениях окон.

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PALEVSKY HOUSING ESTATE

  • Square

    55 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, Palevsky Housing Estate

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019-2020

  • Photo:

    Ivan Sorokin

  • Style:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Kseniia Valdman

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поворотный камин в гостиной
  • Square

    55 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, Palevsky Housing Estate

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019-2020

  • Photo:

    Ivan Sorokin

  • Style:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Kseniia Valdman

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Customers of this interior were born in Russia, but in the early 90's moved first to Estonia, and then to Canada, where they live permanently until now. The apartment was inherited from their grandmother and is intended for their daughter, who loved St. Petersburg, and wants to spend part of her time here.

The apartment is located in Palevsky housing estate, one of the first such projects in Leningrad, built in 1925-1926, located between Elizarov Avenue and Olga Berggolts Street. The houses of the housing estate were grouped around five green courtyards. In the center of the complex there was a square with paths and a fountain. The idea of a garden-city was realized in the project, low-rise houses of the block type, rare for the city, were used. Their peculiarity is the direct connection of the apartments with the adjacent plots. At present the ensemble is an object of historical and cultural heritage and is under state protection.

On an area of only 55 square meters we have two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room-kitchen, in which the owners spend most of their time. Due to the small size, most solutions are based on the principle of economical use of space. For example, as the main place for breakfast and dinner, we suggested using the kitchen worktop area integrated with a window sill and combined with a peninsula, separating the living room area from the kitchen

And for reception, we bought a transformable table with three positions. In the usual position it is a coffee table that can change its height, and in the unfolded position - a dining table that can accommodate up to six people.
In the bathroom there is a spacious shower separated by a partition in black metal strapping, and the guest bathroom is combined with the laundry room.
The storage systems in the bedrooms frame the openings, which also saves space.

In the case of the old foundation, it was logical to use the potential that the room had before our intervention.
The first thing we did was to clean and restore the existing historical brickwork, аs well as to clean and corrugate the chimney and install a Nordica rotary stove. In the drawing of window grilles (the apartment is on the ground floor) we repeated the motive for the fence of the Palevsky housing estate, thus emphasizing respect for the history of the ensemble, supported it with graphics of lamps and rhymed it with translucent grilles separating the entrance hall from the living room. On the windows from the interior side shutters were installed - shutter folding lattices with swivel blades, which allow you to hide from prying eyes. And used in the decoration of cornices and moldings, which are more typical for homes in North America, familiar to the eyes of the owners.

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SUVOROVSKY Av.

  • Square

    98.5 sq.m

  • Город

    Санкт-Петербург

  • Автор проекта

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    частное лицо

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, Суворовский пр., д. 61

  • Тип:

    квартира

  • Проектирование:

    2020

  • Строительство:

    2020

  • Визуализация:

    Вячеслав Корчагин

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дизайн интерьера кухни на Суворовском проспекте
  • Square

    98.5 sq.m

  • Город

    Санкт-Петербург

  • Автор проекта

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    частное лицо

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, Суворовский пр., д. 61

  • Тип:

    квартира

  • Проектирование:

    2020

  • Строительство:

    2020

  • Визуализация:

    Вячеслав Корчагин

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Объект

Квартира находится в центре Санкт-Петербурга на Суворовском проспекте. Дом в стиле неоклассицизм с элементами ампира, заложен в год смерти Сталина и предназначен для военных. Он построен по заказу Генерального штаба Ленинградского военного округа на территории, принадлежащей Николаевскому военному госпиталю. Часовня госпиталя расположена со стороны заднего фасада дома. Интересный факт, что архитектор Азис Сафович Уразов был вторично призван в Вооруженные силы в 1953 г. специально для разработки проекта и осуществления строительства этого здания. Для этой цели он был назначен начальником архитектурного отдела института ВоенПроект.
Из окон квартиры открывается вид на Дегтярный переулок и здание Невской ратуши с одной стороны и на Суворовский проспект с другой (из спальни).
Заказчики - семья врачей. Супруг - психоаналитик, который получил образование во Франции, в Париже, и с тех пор проводит там часть своего времени. Поэтому мы постарались построить образ интерьера так, чтобы он навевал воспоминания о его любимом городе.

Планировочное решение

Объект имеет планировочную структуру характерную для архитектуры сталинского времени. Дом построен из кирпича с применением стеновой конструктивной системы, поэтому помещения выходят окнами на два фасада их разделяет несущая стена.
Мы решили вмешиваться в существующую планировку как можно меньше и оставить комнаты в габаритах текущих помещений.

Мы разделили площадь квартиры на три функциональных зоны: гостиную-кухню, в этом же блоке находится ванная, зону детских с кладовой, и спальню-гардеробную. Вдоль несущей стены, уходящей в сторону жилых комнат, мы выстроили основную визуальную ось. В семье много читают и у хозяев собралась большая коллекция литературы, для которой они попросили отвести место.
Так в конце коридора появилась библиотека, которую мы интегрировали как цветовой акцент в конце помещения.

Для того, чтобы визуально уменьшить длину коридора, мы разделили его на две части при помощи фрамуги: на условную зону прихожей и коридор. Похожие конструкции использовали в ванной и кухне-гостиной, чтобы выровнять “прыгающие” высотные отметки и выстроить ясную систему вертикальных пропорций.
Из гостиной открывается вид на кухню. Несмотря на то, что наши клиенты очень любят готовить, мы хотели, чтобы это пространство было единым, ради воздушности и большого количества естественного света.
На кухне мы интегрировали столешницу кухни в подоконник и организовали посадку на полубарных стульях. За ней можно позавтракать, выпить чашку кофе или бокал вина. Мебель кухни также оформили акцентным цветовым пятном.

Отделка

Из окон квартиры открываются захватывающие панорамы на центр Санкт-Петербурга. Они и стали отправной точкой для проектирования визуального образа будущего дизайна интерьера.
Второй базовой составляющей для формирования дизайна стал контекст.
В нашем случае - это архитектура сталинского периода. Вдохновляясь им, мы придумали систему фрамуг и порталов, в качестве элементов, разделяющих разные функциональные объемы между собой.

Оттенок синего, который мы выбрали для акцентов, часто используют во Франции и, в частности в Париже, для окраски элементов городской среды, например, дверей парадных. В рифму к нему подобрали акриловый камень с текстурой, напоминающей травертин, который можно часто увидеть на фасадах Парижских домов. Чтобы решить помещения с вытянутыми по вертикали пропорциями - мы разработали горизонтальную систему разбивки простенков декоративными элементами: высоким плинтусом и дублирующим его молдингом.

Лепнина соответствует той, что мы видим в парадных и на фасадах в экстерьере здания, в котором находится квартира - мы ее попросту перенесли из экстерьера в интерьер.

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HOUSTON DENTAL

  • Square

    173.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Houston Dental

  • Location:

    Kremenchugskaya 9, k. 2, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Healthcare, Dental Clinic

  • Design:

    2017

  • Photo:

    Daniil Zherdev

  • Style:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Kseniia Valdman

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Дизайн интерьера стоматологической клиники Houston Dental Design
  • Square

    173.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Houston Dental

  • Location:

    Kremenchugskaya 9, k. 2, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Healthcare, Dental Clinic

  • Design:

    2017

  • Photo:

    Daniil Zherdev

  • Style:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Kseniia Valdman

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Facility

A team of young businessmen contacted our bureau. They wanted us to design the interior for a dental clinic, focused on dental surgery and complex surgical operations.

Corporate design developed by Super Studio branding agency conditioned the minimalism aesthetics, restrained expressive means, and laconic architectural approach. Modular grids and geometric patterns alluded to the name provided by the customers, Houston Dental Design. Houston downtown sky-line provided us inspiration for the spatial concept.

Interior

The facility is located in downtown St. Petersburg, in the residential complex Tsarskaya Stolitza (Tzar’s Capital), in Kremenchugskaya Street.
Free layout of the commercial premise allowed for creating comfortable logistics with adherence to building and sanitary rules and standards.

The dental clinic premises were divided into three functional areas: a customer area, a staff area, and medical rooms. The main design challenge was that there was only one entrance to be used both by staff and patients.

Planning solutions

To divide flows of visitors, we placed information graphics against the entrance, as well as wear-proof painted direction marks on the floor, also repeated by wall signs. Moreover, we highlighted the entrance to staff area with a different color and a light frame: a thin aluminum profile with LED strips, running over the ceiling, both walls, and the floor. We used the same know-how to highlight the waiting area and the conference room.

The customer area is divided into several zones, namely: the reception desk with the contact place and the administrator’s work zone against a record cabinet where medical records are stored. The waiting area includes two sitting options and a credenza with a self-service coffee-point and media equipment. The reception zone is adjoined by a conference room with a glass gradient partition made by ceramic printing. This is a place to hold internal meetings and discuss treatment plans with patients. It is worth paying attention to the photo studio, as the clinic intends to collect before-and-after cases.

Finishing solutions

When it came to choosing finishing materials, we followed the minimalistic principle of three – concrete, oak, and glass against neutral backgrounds. Wherever engineering utilities were to be located accessible for operation, we used Ecofon removable module ceilings with panels of 1,200 by 600 mm and open longitude profiles, running towards the medical rooms.

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SMILE DESIGN CLINIC

  • Square

    143.5 sq.m

  • Автор:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    Smile Design Clinic

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, Кушелевская дорога, д. 3, к. 1

  • Тип:

    Стоматологическая клиника

  • Проектирование:

    2021

  • Визуализация:

    Вячеслав Корчагин

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дизайн проект интерьера стоматологии
  • Square

    143.5 sq.m

  • Автор:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

  • Клиент:

    Smile Design Clinic

  • Место:

    Санкт-Петербург, Кушелевская дорога, д. 3, к. 1

  • Тип:

    Стоматологическая клиника

  • Проектирование:

    2021

  • Визуализация:

    Вячеслав Корчагин

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Стоматологическая клиника Smile Design.

К нам в студию обратилась молодая команда стоматологов с задачей спроектировать для них интерьер новой цифровой клиники.

Основная задача, которую поставили перед нами заказчики, - помощь в переходе в новый сегмент рынка, повышение качества интерьера и услуг и как следствие привлечение более обеспеченной категории клиентов.

Мы предложили заказчикам создать образ интерьера, который относил бы гостя к спа-отелю или пространству характерному скорее для ресторана, чем к медицинскому учреждению.

Планировочное решение

Помещение имеет два входа: через один вход внутрь попадают сотрудники, а через второй пациенты. Таким образом у нас легко получилось сформировать удобную логистику и добиться того, чтобы потоки не пересекались между собой.

Также нам удалось выделить три точно очерченных функциональных зоны: зону ожидания со стойкой администратора и вспомогательными помещениями, лечебную зону, в которую входят стоматологические кабинеты, рентген и переговорная, в которой врачи обсуждают планы лечения с пациентами. Третья зона - технологическая, в ней расположена “кухня” клиники, помещения склада медицинских материалов, стерилизационной, помещения временного хранения отходов и ординаторской, в которой врачи и их ассистенты проводят время между приемом пациентов.

Работа над проектом проводилась в сотрудничестве с нашими клиентами, поэтому каждая зона получилась не только удобной и точно выстроенной композиционно, но и высококлассной с точки зрения медицинской технологии.

Также каждый кабинет оснастили фотостудией с системой фонов и осветительных приборов на пантографах, с целью собирать профессиональные лечебные кейсы.

Отделочные материалы

Палитру отделочных материалов мы составили из американского ореха, серого тераццо, кожи оттенка виски и костюмных тканей, которые мы использовали для обивки отдельно-стоящей мебели, кресел, диванов и стульев.

Там, где расположено инженерное оборудование, к которому необходим доступ с целью эксплуатации, мы спланировали систему реечных потолков. Так мы убрали из видимого пространства диффузоры системы вентиляции, бактерицидные рециркуляторы и пожарные датчики, не нарушая санитарные нормы.

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BABE'S BAKERY

  • Square

    45.2 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Babe's bakey

  • Location:

    Marata Str. 30, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Horeca, Bakery

  • Design:

    2017

  • Construction:

    2018

  • Photo:

    Dmitry Tsyrenshchikov

  • Style:

    Kseniia Valdman

  • Retouch:

    Sergey Brezhnev

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дизайн-проект кофейни в Санкт-Петербурге
  • Square

    45.2 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Babe's bakey

  • Location:

    Marata Str. 30, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Horeca, Bakery

  • Design:

    2017

  • Construction:

    2018

  • Photo:

    Dmitry Tsyrenshchikov

  • Style:

    Kseniia Valdman

  • Retouch:

    Sergey Brezhnev

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Facility

The café for which we created interior design is located at Marata Street in the very heart of St. Petersburg.
Three young ladies who own the place have already worked together in catering. They decided to bring their dream to life and open a cozy café, serving delicious breakfasts and coffee at any time of the day.

A friend helped them with the brand style. The color palette comprised tenderly pink and olive, and the name – Babe’s bakery – was given with regular lettering.

Interior

Initially, this room had a large glass window, representing the connection of the interior with the city and the architectural environment. We used it to place a counter along the façade for visitors to enjoy the street view. Under the counter, three transparent semi bar chairs are hidden that don’t block view from the outside. The height of chairs wasn’t chosen by chance: baker’s shops are often attended by elderly people.

Deep window jambs are finished with white matte tiles and vividly pink grout. White surfaces reflect and enhance natural light and highlight the counter. The same tiling was used at the shop sign and the outside threshold.

The extended lounge was divided into two reasonable zones: a café zone with seats for visitors, and an ordering counter with a coffee machine, a fancy cakes display, and a tray for baked pastry.

Visually, the design was based on a fine combination of two background materials: marble and microcement. They have similar pattern, but different textures. The backgrounds were complemented with brass details and pieces made of welded square tubes. Tubes painted in the brand pink were used to make bracket-supported tables, room heater screens, bread baskets, and shelves for packing containers.

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MAMA ROMA

  • Square

    149.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Sergey Ugarov

  • Client:

    Bergamo LLC

  • Location:

    Navaginskaya Str., Sochi, Russia

  • Type:

    Horeca, Restaurant

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • Photo:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Retouch:

    Sergey Brezhnev

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дизайн-проект интерьера ресторана Mama Roma
  • Square

    149.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Sergey Ugarov

  • Client:

    Bergamo LLC

  • Location:

    Navaginskaya Str., Sochi, Russia

  • Type:

    Horeca, Restaurant

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • Photo:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Retouch:

    Sergey Brezhnev

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Facility

Our team was invited to take part in decoration of the Italian Mama Roma Restaurant with a 20-years’ history. The first restaurant of this network was opened in St. Petersburg in 1998, and they still serve pizza from a wood-stove, wine, and Italian gourmet items there.

Our facility was a lounge of 150 m2, located in the center of Sochi, a city in the south of Russia, and this conditioned some of the design decisions made.
We had to transform a former Mango clothes shop to a cozy restaurant in the heart of a modern resort. The all-glass façade of the restaurant overlooks the promenade that leads to the sea. In immediate proximity to the restaurant, there are palm trees and sub-tropical shrubs.

Planning solutions

The space of the restaurant was divided into three parlors. The first one at the entrance resembles a bistro with its bentwood chairs; the second has a massive table for big companies and an open pizzeria where you can watch your pizza made; and the third contains a large island sofa and an open kitchen.

Finishing solutions

After a discussion, we decided to be consistent with the brand interior design, and yet make our restaurant up-to-date and find some modern formats for traditional methods.
The previous tenant left us polished limestone floors, and we thought it was a good idea to use some of them in our new interior.

Limestone and plaster were complemented with cement tiles and pyramid-shaped panels, as well as ceramic lamp-shades at conventionalized arch-like stands, and laconic rattan lamps. All of these were hand made by crafters at local sites in accordance with customized drawings.

All the wood pieces, including vanity units, tabletops, waiters stations, hostess stands, and display racks were made to order of solid oak wood and supplemented with bronze details. All the walls and ceilings were plastered to create a setting of a typical Italian trattoria. The fresco at the bottom of the wall didn’t appear there by chance – it protects the material from every-day wear.

We’ve designed another important functional element for this project – guided sunscreen roller blinds that can be moved along the glass panels, protecting visitors from scorching sunshine. Patterns of the panels echo shelves above the bar, the pizzeria, and the open kitchen.

Decorations of this interior keeps on the environment: spectacular setting is provided by mature olive trees in tubs, making guests feel as if they are in Italy. We placed those trees along the façade and the walls to ensure a smooth inside-outside transition. The theme of trees was supported with hanging flower baskets and vases with tallow tree branches on the tables.

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DUGA STUDIO

  • Square

    35.0 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Sergey Ugarov, Dmitry Kashemirov

  • Client:

    Duga Studio

  • Location:

    Karpovka River Emb. 5, b.22, office 206, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Offices

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • Photo:

    Daniil Zherdev

  • Style:

    Kseniia Valdman

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интерьер офиса компании Duga Studio в ЛенПолиграфМаш
  • Square

    35.0 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky, Sergey Ugarov, Dmitry Kashemirov

  • Client:

    Duga Studio

  • Location:

    Karpovka River Emb. 5, b.22, office 206, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Offices

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • Photo:

    Daniil Zherdev

  • Style:

    Kseniia Valdman

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Facility

We designed this office studio for ourselves. It is located in one of the blocks of the LenPoligrafMash Tech Park in St. Petersburg. It is a place with a history: a former plant at the
Petrogradskaya Side was moved to the Primorksy district, and at the vacant premises, a cluster was established where technological and creative subjects are found side by side, complementing each other.

We’ve set up a studio in Block 22, which also houses the Fashion Space bringing together fashion designers, and IT companies like Bolshoy Musey (BM.digital) of Yandex Publisher.

Planning solutions

The square in plan space was divided in two halves with a suspended mobile drapery. Thus, we created two functional zones that can be either separated or united: a zone for meeting visitors and guests (the meeting room), and a working space.

We also managed to find little space for our leisure: at the window, we put a comfortable armchair and a metal rack with design and architecture books, as well as a record player with a humble collection of vinyl discs.

Finishing solutions

The interior features a restrained style typical for Scandinavian countries. We tried to make it homely comfortable through the use of a soothing palette and a focus on natural materials, making this place supportive of thoughtful work instead of distraction.

We concealed power and low-voltage networks in grey polypropylene tubes, and painted existing ventilation ducts and heaters black. Thus, a certain graphic pattern was arranged in the office. In the meeting zone, this graphics was supported with black and white photos, as well as printed graphic images we brought along from our journeys. In the working zone, the preset rhythm was supported by shelves displaying our findings from jumble sales and radiating pleasant memories. Thanks to these pieces and photos, the interior became more lived-in and
unique.

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RC SKANDI KLUBB

  • Square

    78.6 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, RC Skandi Klubb

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2020

  • 3D-visual:

    Vyacheslav Korchagin

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дизайн-проект квартиры в ЖК Skandi Klubb
  • Square

    78.6 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, RC Skandi Klubb

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2020

  • 3D-visual:

    Vyacheslav Korchagin

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Facility

An apartment of about 80 m2 is located in Aptekarsky Prospect of the Petrogradskaya Side, in the Skandi Klubb Residential Estate. The project was made for a married couple that were relocated to St. Petersburg from Moscow for job.

The residential estate features a Scandinavian style, its facades plastered and painted neutral grey and complimented with bright burgundy highlights. We adhered to a similar color pallet in our design.

Planning solutions

Our key planning challenge was to design a spacious multifunctional zone for leisure and house partying, as well as an independent living zone with a bedroom, a bathroom, and a kids’ room. We decided to unite a kitchen, a diner, and a sitting room into an open space, which is typical for Scandinavian countries, and separate living premises from it with a small hall.

In the kitchen, the island has the dominant part, housing a breakfast stand and being adjoined by a dining place. Moreover, it has a built-in wine chiller, facing the kitchen. This solution supported visual integrity of the area.

The same zone was used to locate a sofa and a TV cabinet, in which the owners of the place store their collection of vinyl discs. This zone was separated with a planked partition in a metal frame, which also concealed the guest bathroom on the side of the corridor.

Finishing solutions

As to the stylistics, we wanted to design an urban housing interior which with its austerity and modesty would be different from the relaxed atmosphere of the customers’ Moscow-based home. At the same time, we wanted to fill the apartment with air and natural light, and to make all the storage systems and secondary rooms kind of transparent and hard to notice. The neutral background was complimented with terracotta and burgundy hues, repeating the pallet of external facades.

In this interior, we used furniture and object design pieces by Scandinavian manufacturers: &tradition, Muuto, Normann Copenhagen, and others.

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BLANK SPACE CLINIC

  • Square

    98.2 sq.m

  • Авторы проекта:

    Дмитрий Дубровский, Ольга Литвинова

  • Клиент:

    частное лицо

  • Место:

    ул. Парфеновская д.9, к.2

  • Тип:

    общественный интерьер, стоматологическая клиника

  • Проектирование:

    2021

  • Строительство:

    2021

  • Визуализация:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

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дизайн ресепшн стоматологической клиники
  • Square

    98.2 sq.m

  • Авторы проекта:

    Дмитрий Дубровский, Ольга Литвинова

  • Клиент:

    частное лицо

  • Место:

    ул. Парфеновская д.9, к.2

  • Тип:

    общественный интерьер, стоматологическая клиника

  • Проектирование:

    2021

  • Строительство:

    2021

  • Визуализация:

    Дмитрий Дубровский

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Заказчик обратился к нам в студию с целью спроектировать интерьер стоматологической клиники.

Это клиника небольшой площади, возможно, самая небольшая за все время нашей практики.
Поэтому все решения были направлены нами на сохранение ощущения воздушности при небольшом объеме и работу с фактурами, цветом и освещением. В качестве цвета для фонов был выбран оттенок off-white, близкий к чистому белому. Для акцентных участков стен - фрезеровка на панелях того же оттенка с ритмичным рисунком. Только проемы, ведущие в разные функциональные зоны мы выделили при помощи обрамлений из акрилового камня более темного оттенка.

Сценарии освещения интерьера этой клиники решены в двух уровнях: потолочными и настенными типами светильников. Для потолочных решений мы использовали трековые светильники разных форм с заполняющими и направленными источниками света компании centrsvet. Для настенных решений мы применили гипсовые светильники, имитирующие отогнутую плоскость части стены.

Заполняющего рассеянного света в коридорах и зоне ожидания мы добились при помощи установки потолочных панелей с заполнением мелкой просечно-вытяжной сеткой и установкой за ними линейных светильников с рассеивающим профилем.

Также особое внимание в этом интерьере мы уделили проработке узлов примыкания.
Для узла примыкания пол-стена мы использовали скрытый плинтус, а для потолочного примыкание специальный алюминиевый профиль для получения “теневого шва”.
И если говорить о стиле в целом, то мы бы его охарактеризовали как минимализм, который мы определили применением минимума выразительных средств.

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AP51
RC GALAXY

  • Square

    75.3 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, RC Galaxy

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2020

  • 3D-visual:

    Vyacheslav Korchagin

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дизайн интерьера квартиры в ЖК Галактика
  • Square

    75.3 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    private individual

  • Location:

    Saint-Petersburg, RC Galaxy

  • Type:

    Apartment

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2020

  • 3D-visual:

    Vyacheslav Korchagin

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Facility

Design of this apartment was ordered by a young couple – he is an interface designer, and she is a game designer. The apartment is located in the center of St. Petersburg, in the new Galaxy Residential Estate, at Parfyonovskaya Street, not far from the Frunzenskaya Metro Station.

To follow our principle of keeping up with the architectural context, together with the customers we decided that the interior was to be modern, warm, and youthfully vigorous.

Planning solutions

The apartment was divided into three zones: an entrance lobby with a bathroom, an open kitchen/diner/sitting room, and a bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe.

On the way from the entrance lobby to the kitchen, we designed a storage zone with an integrated laundry place, smoothly transiting into the facades of the kitchen shelf, holding built-in kitchen appliances.

In the sitting room, we installed a corner sofa in front of a TV cabinet and a book rack. A similar rack was installed in the bedroom, echoing it with a light transparent partition between the bedroom and the walk-in wardrobe.

Finishing solutions

To ensure accordance of materials, we chose a combination of dusty pink terrazzo tiling with bronze riffled glass and oak wood, which was used not only as flooring, but in kitchen facades, and vertical guides of the racks both in the sitting room and the bedroom, as well as in free-standing furniture pieces. In the bathroom, we inverted our pallet and used black terrazzo tiles in combination with handmade dusty pink tiles and a riffled glass barrier in a black welded frame.

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ANJERS DENTAL

  • Square

    194.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Anjers Dental

  • Location:

    Korpusnaya Str. 3, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Healthcare, Dental Clinic

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • 3D-visual:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Identics:

    Kseniia Valdman

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стоматология в Санкт-Петербурге дизайн
  • Square

    194.5 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    Anjers Dental

  • Location:

    Korpusnaya Str. 3, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Healthcare, Dental Clinic

  • Design:

    2019

  • Construction:

    2019

  • 3D-visual:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Identics:

    Kseniia Valdman

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Facility

The premises of the future dental clinic are located in the Mendelson Residential Estate at the Petrogradskaya Side, not far from the Krasnoe Znamya Fabric.

The Mendelson House got its name from Erich Mendelson, a famous German architect who had designed a near-by powerhouse for the fabric built in the early 20th century. It is a listed monument of avant-garde architecture. Architectural solutions of the Mendelson House were inspired by constructivism, where functionality dictates simple solutions and hence geometrical austerity and rhythmical recurrence of lines. The volumetric-spatial solution is laconic and matches the near-by listed building.

Planning solutions

When working on the interiors of the dental clinic to-be, we followed the same principles: simple solutions, a connection to the historical context and environment, as well as compliance with standards and rules established for healthcare facilities.

The room has two entrances, which facilitated separation of two flows – doctors and patients. Medical rooms are located along the lighting front of the façade, and thus are filled with natural light. Moreover, we added some daylight to the corridor – a system of transom windows and glass doors made it look more spacious.

Finishing solutions

In finishing, we supported exterior appearance of the building, finding inspiration in tectonics of the power station at the Krasnoe Znamya Fabric. That was how our design got its rounded shapes with horizontal division: it helped to harmonize vertically extended proportions and add a functional border at the wall bottom to safeguard the surface from rapid wear.

To lighten the premises, we used built-in disk lamps, similar in shape to the windows on the facades of the residential complex. To produce a soft lighting effect and make our interior look
more relaxing, which is more typical for a SPA, we preferred to ceiling lamps some sconces with diffused warm light and integrated linear wall lamps at the ankle level.

The ceiling is made of oak veneered aluminum planks, which were used to hide all the engineering equipment. Thus, all the service stuff remained unseen for the visitors, with only the essential functions at the surface.

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KYD

  • Square

    37.0 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    KYD BURO

  • Location:

    Obvodny Kanal Emb. 199-201, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Offices

  • Design:

    2015

  • Construction:

    2015

  • Retouch

    Sergey Brezhnev

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дизайн интерьера офиса СПб
  • Square

    37.0 sq.m

  • Design team:

    Dmitry Dubrovsky

  • Client:

    KYD BURO

  • Location:

    Obvodny Kanal Emb. 199-201, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Type:

    Offices

  • Design:

    2015

  • Construction:

    2015

  • Retouch

    Sergey Brezhnev

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Facility

As our studio kept expanding, by 2015 we realized that it was time to choose a bigger place.
During our search, we fortuned upon a group of buildings at the Obvodny Channel with fascinating history. Some of the premises used to be wine cellars, and now they became a business center. We thought it was a good place for us to stay.

Dividing a long room into two functional spaces – the guest area and the work zone – made sense, so we fit two racks into the brick columns supporting the cross-arching vault, approximately in the middle of the room.
It was decided to conceal power cables and low-voltage networks, and for that we ordered special floor skirtings with cable channels. Later, we hid all the electrical fittings there, thus leaving the walls and partitions harmless and saving other tenants the trouble.

Interior solutions

On our own, we designed basic furniture and had it made to order of three materials: plywood, metal, and microcement.
Every furniture piece was based on a precise geometric structure: the meeting table was a golden rectangular, whereas racks and the credenza for audio-visual equipment were based on a modular grid with 30 by 30 centimeters cells. Plywood surfaces were made with an CNC mill and treated with furniture varnish. Surfaces of the table and the credenza were treated with microcement.

The lighting scheme of the meeting room was also based on a modular grid, yet a smaller and a less structured one. We designed a retro-style light installation with Edison light bulbs and cubiform concrete lamp bases.

The racks housed our rich collection of design and architecture books. To brighten the space up, we used our photos and pieces collected throughout our lives. The resulting interior keeps our memories and features bright moments in details.