The modern interior is a complex structure consisting of dozens of original elements. Our focus today is the author's stained glass — the most decorative and spectacular interior detail.Passing the gallery
Magazine: N6 (205) 2015
In the magazine SALON – interior for many years we have accumulated a huge number of amazing (in a different way and you will not say) interiors designed and executed at the highest professional level. A kind of gold fund residential interior. To recall at least the project of the St. Petersburg architect Igor Gremitsky — a private palace under Vyritsa, which stirred up, agitated both the architectural community, and ordinary inhabitants. Both before him and after there were many worthy projects, but it was this that gave reason to be especially proud of domestic specialists who managed to create this miracle of architectural thought, and proved that the great masters had not yet been translated into Russia. Among such ambitious projects, I would like to mention the representative residence designed by Sergey Shchetanyuk, comparable in level and quality of execution to the 19th century palaces, and in fact, an Empire-style man-made manor from Oleg Carlson and Pavel Orinyansky, stuffed with individual designs. All the elements in them (and casting, and forging, and lamps, and furniture, and stucco, and parquet, and stained glass windows, and fireplaces, and stair railings, and decorative elements, and even street lamps with benches) are made by author sketches by domestic craftsmen . You can list such works for as long as you like, but one thing is clear: the residential interior is moving towards utmost personalization. And with each new object published in the pages of the magazine, we again and again return to the theme of the author’s, individual approach to the aesthetics of living space. Houses and apartments are made today with the thought of uniqueness. But what are the author's ideas without proper execution! In this material, we will look at the interior in a more narrow and applied aspect, having studied more closely one of the most spectacular elements of the interior — the author's stained glass window.
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