"Golden Mile", an Interior Space Inspired by the Russian avant-garde
Maxim Kashin Architects has created a geometric designed interior space, named "Golden Mile", inspired by the Russian Avant-garde. White colour, the colour of endless space in the suprematist paintings, has evolved in the interior, creating a geometric volume of the whole space. It is self-sufficient and also a background for the interior’s main elements – geometric dominating sculptures.
The main idea of suprematism (from Latin “supremes” – highest) is based on the superiority of pure geometry and colour over the existing perception of forms and space. Thus, this interior is a white background for the linear geometric metal sculptures, consisting of the simple geometry planes, connecting in the three-dimensional monumental compositions.
Suprematism has three steps of black, colour, and white. The first one – a square and basic shapes: circle, line, cross. Second – complicated suprematist compositions. The third one is white on white. The following works of Kazemir Malevich are clear examples of these steps – Black Square, Supremus № 56, The White Cross.
In the interior concept, Maxim wanted to connect these three stages of the 20th century’s popular Russian avant-garde art movement development by creating the three-dimensional installation, the interior, that is submerging one’s into the world of the endless white space, colour and geometry.
About Maxim Kashin Architects
Since 2013, Maxim Kashin Architects has created interiors for many brands and companies: bars and restaurants, offices and public spaces, exhibition pavilions and installations, and also completed creative residential interiors. The studio aims to create functional spaces, in which there is a place for a new perspective on the form. Maxim Kashin is inspired a lot by Suprematism and weaves its ideas with the latest design trends and modern architecture approach.
"Golden Mile" Technical Sheet
|Architects / designers||Maxim Kashin|
|Gross Built Area||70 sq meters|