Suprematism of the architect Maxim Kashin
Architect Maxim Kashin and his studio Monoloko design created an unusual interior bar area of 75 square meters. meters.
“The interior of the bar is monochrome, with a clear geometry of space,” says the architect. – The idea of a monochrome pure bright color is a release from the closed thinking, characteristic for the general mass of people. It is an idea to investigate the influence of color on human perception. Such an interior, as a non-objective canvas of a painting, must show and convey the idea of perception of a pure space of color, balancing the creative power of man and nature.
Suprem, which is translated from Latin as dominance and superiority, embodies the superiority of color over the form and space that everyone limits himself. This theory is vividly reflected in the ideology of Kazimir Malevich, namely in the ideology of Suprematism.
When I created the interior, I relied on this ideology of color superiority over the space of human perception and I wanted to create a space where a person can feel free and that this space influenced his perception of the usual forms. The geometry of the furniture is a three-dimensional Suprematist composition, also in monochrome. The general concept of a bar is precisely the perception of a person through the color and geometry of the world around him.
The interior color is bright blue, the colors himmelblau on the scale RAL 5005, which is translated from German as a color-lazuli. Such a decision should immerse a person in the space of heavenly color and give freedom to his perception and thinking.
For a greater immersion in the ideology of freedom from stereotypes and a better perception of the idea of the interior, we made a volumetric-spatial light insolation from a flexible neon in a polyurethane shell, which should immerse the visitor in an infinite space resembling an open space. The cosmos is infinite and as vividly represents the idea of a non-objective free space, free from the generally accepted notion of time and matter. Thus, in the architecture of our bar’s interior, we tried to combine the ideology of Suprematism and “Russian cosmism” in order to immerse the visitors of the institution in their own world of freedom and give free rein to the imagination. “