Park Voyage is located in one of the nature reserves in Moscow, within the territory of Krylatskoye Park. Surrounded by a rowing canal, ponds, and trees, it gives the impression of a suburban retreat. The interior design of the park embraces the theme of nature, incorporating textures of wood, stone (sandstone and marble), and panels made of stabilized plants. Mirrored strips within the interior simulate rain, while the lighting fixtures resemble a flock of flying birds. The lighting fixtures are available in two sizes, 1.8 and 1.2, suspended at varying distances from the ceiling, creating a sense of flight.
The lobby area is nestled between two residential hotel buildings, featuring a triangular shape and light-transmitting ceiling and wall structures. Opposite the entrance, the hotel reception desk is located with a workstation for the administrator. Below the staircase, there is a designated relaxation area for the administrator, while on the right side of the entrance, a cafe with a small cooking area is situated, and on the left side, there is a workspace for the night watchman.
The reception desk's enclosing wall conceals the staircase leading to the second floor of the residential building. On the ground floor, between the reception and the cafe, an open library is placed for exchanging free books.
The sofa from the collection of the St. Petersburg Furniture Company is called "Water Surface," and the ottomans, named "Stones," with their biomorphic shape, also fit into the overall eco-concept. The specially designed red armchairs are intended to be associated with flowers. The recognizable tulip tables are one of the design icons created by Eero Saarinen in 1956.
Architect: Ekaterina Proskurina
3D: Roman Staroverov