Archpoint bureau specializes in HoReCa segment, luxury
architecture and design. The bureau creates and designes
any spaces — representative offices and country houses, golf clubs and haute-cuisine restaurants, upscale outlets and hotels. Over 20 years of work, Archoint have implemented more than 300 projects worlwide: Moscow, St. Petersburg, San Sebastian, Almaty, Sochi, Kaliningrad, Batumi, Miami, Dubai ant etc.
Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts (Stroganov Academy), Moscow, Russia
Archpoint from 2001, Moscow, Russia
AWARDS AND PRIZES
2021, 1st Place, Golden Palmfest, Russia
2021, Silver, A’Design Award, Italy
2020, Gold, A’Design Award, Italy
2020, 1st Place, Golden Palmfest, Russia
2019, 1st Place, Interia Awards, Russia
2019, 1st Place, Golden Palmfest, Russia
2019, 1st Place, International Architecture Awards, UK
2019, 1st Place, Faith&Form, USA
2018, Silver, A’Design Award, Italy
2016, Silver, A’Design Award, Italy
2013, 1st Place, The European Property Awards, UK
Craft beer bar
This craft beer bar different from the others because of its not tipical atmosphere - simpiose of loft and scandinavian design The elements to pay attention - bar facade from Himalayan salt bricks-useful for health and looks warm and unusual. Lots of plywood -bench, ceiling, tables, lighting. Steam machine makes unique atmosphere. Downfloor has a bar made from stab salt in gabions. Table has gabion leg and light up like the heater in the bath. Ceiling light is made of wood and has a bunp shape
The bar is located in a five-story building on the top floor. You can sight the fiesta from the outside by the bright light of the dancefloor in the panoramic window. Window becomes the main source of naturally lighting by day and opens a great view of Zamoskvorechye district, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and skyscrapers Moscow City.
Hachiko Inakaya Bar is a new and unic format for Moscow. The design of Japanese food service, especially outside of Japan, seems to be a very difficult task. We did our best to avoid typical decorating techniques in designing this bar. We deside to create an atmosphere of as you are seating between the roofs, thats why we use a lot of ceramic elements, exclusive ceramic tiles, warm terracota colours, unique wood and leather. The result was a moderately eclectic and sophisticated interior with subtle allusions to Japanese history. All ideas were implemented in a small area of 65 square m.
Olga Melekestseva, Hachico, 2020