To celebrate the launch of Nooka’s artist designed mini NookaNooka toys, gallery showing of 16 NookaNooka that have been customized by renowed artists and designers from around the world.
The conception of the interior is based on the capacious concept of «sovok», notion for the whole epoch of Leonid Brezhnev’s presiding of the Soviet Union. The idea of such a conception is belonged to the chief architect of the town-Alexei Samargin. The colour scheme is set on the combination of red and black. The walls are decorated with the photos of soviet soldiers, sportsmen and common soviet people. All around the place the posters and slogans belonging to the era of the Soviet Union are set. The floor is tiled with dark-grey granite. The central part of the interior is assigned for the large portrait of Brezhnev.
Inspired in part by the classic game “Jenga,” this furniture bit is made to be a seat for a toddler, a bigger chair for a kid growing up, and a multitude of helpful bits for life! Working with both simple birch plywood pieces and a large stainless steel structure for strength and growth. Your piece of “Zen,” grows with you. As you get a larger place to live, need larger items in your home, so do you get a larger Zen.
SHH worked with project author Zeljko Popovic on the full interior refurbishment of this landmark North London property.
The Scarlet Hotel looks all Bond villain with it’s cavernous luxury, floor to ceiling windows and dramatic cliff views, however, there is nothing remotely villainous about this spectacular building and the 5* luxury it beholds. The Scarlet is quite possibly the greenest hotel you’ll stay at, they even re-homed worms before beginning construction. As can often the case, luxury has not been compromised in the quest for the ultimate in sustainability, no expense has been spared in the lavish attention that the rooms, communal spaces, spa and exterior have received.