Known as a fascinating brainchild of Live Concept, this striking project called Sky Club is a significant example that vividly reflects the bourgeois way of life and social tendencies of Romania’s capital.
Located in Ploiesti, the prosperous county seat of Prahova County and lies in the historical region of Wallachia in Romania, the Sky Club displays the multi-functional, minimalistic and fusion trends of the high and upper-middle class citizen.
Explaining the idea of the project, the architects said “The core idea for the interior design has its origins in the playful ‘doodling’ done in our offices. In a brainstorming session regarding the direction of our approach we transcended from sketching out ideas on paper to outlining them outright with said celluloid resources, as a consequence our make-shift origami introduced us to the principal aspect of the club’s interior environment: straight corners, wide clear surfaces, firmly folding and guiding visitors trough the structure.”
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