Interior: “KlopaM” mini restaurant
Authors of the project : Vladimir Paripovic , architect
Aleksandar Jovanovic , architect
Area: 120 m2
Store is spread over three levels : basement , ground floor and gallery
City: Belgrade, Serbia
Year of realization : 2014
Photo: Vladimir Paripovic
“KlopaM” is a mini restaurant and one of the first in a series of extensions that will be opened in the first half of May , in the city center – in Kralja Milana Street, 6.
The existing space is assigned to the gallery , as well as newly designed element . The kitchen is in the basement , and a grill on the ground level in a specially designed “container ” .
M brand is recognized by betting , protective colors (yellow, blue , gray , and black) and market leadership , which were the basis for the beginning of the creation of a new concept .
After almost two months from the first sketches, conceptual design and implementation, we start to created a strong , masculine, unconventional space . The base area is monochromatic ( black and white tone ) , with emphasis on the yellow “container ” of corrugated metal and monolithic blue steel staircase. Recognizable M betting is retained through these two colors , maybe a little more aggressive in this way , but the vision of the authors are in the idea where is no standardization and stereotypes .
Lighting also plays a key role in developing of design . The white lamps in the form of rolls and new suspenders are designed for this restaurant with decorative bulbs. Black spot lights provide focus on specific details: 3d logo on the black wall, wallpaper and rope structure.
Details are important in every space. Details can tell you many things about the space. “KlopaM” interior have few main details: yellow “container” with black letters, 3d logo on the wall and structure made by ropes in 2 colors (black, yellow). Net made by ropes next to the blue stairs imitate vertical bareer and present a visual structure. Messages we put on the “container” have funny note and invited people to come inside and order the food. Mirrors in the corners and on the walls are also important part of the interior, create deeper and bigger space.
Floor is white epoxy with 50% of glossines. Reflections of the floor create a new dimension of the space.
The visual effects are something what people see and the quality and taste of the food should keep people to stay.
Maybe we call this interior – heavy industry !
PILE&PRASE / UKUSNA BRZA HRANA
PILE&PRASE / TASTY FAST FOOD
Interior design: Vladimir Paripovic / PARCHITECTS
Visual identity: Vladimir Paripovic / PARCHITECTS
Realised: September, 2013
Before / after
From the concept to realisation, from idea to final product, I finished the circle. When I gave the name of the grill store (PILE&PRASE), I knew the way to design. I start with the colors: yellow and pink mixed with black and built the space. I used CMYK pallete of colors: 100% K, 100% YELLOW and 50% of magenta.
Concept was based on 2 elements in space: yellow horizontal element and pink vertical element, where these 2 elemets are the bearers of space.
Minimalism, black tiles, inox, mdf, glass, mirrors, light, yellow, pink, food.
© Vladimir Paripovic / PARCHITECTS. All rights reserved.
I will present my design, pendant lamp B.ROK @ Belgrade Design Week/ 100% FUTURE SERBIA.
Zorza Klemansoa 19, Belgrade, Serbia
Arhitekton Magazine Competition – Third Annual Award
Baroque have a new form – pendant lamp NEW B.ROK
Product name: pendant lamp NEW B.ROK
Design: Vladimir Paripovic, architect
Studio PARCHITECTS, Belgrade, Serbia
Material: massive wood (beech) and clirite
Bulb: E14 bulb 25W
This 25w bulb produce a brighter light from pendant lamp. Bulb is low profile screw fit.
Cable color: black
Max cable length: 4m
Photo: Orea Creative Media, Novi Sad, Serbia
The Baroque (US /bəˈroʊk/ or UK /bəˈrɒk/) is a period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, architecture, literature, dance and music. The style began around 1600 in Rome, Italy and spread to most of Europe.
Baroque style was rich in ornamental, with lots of decorations. Details in interiors were oversized, lavish and luxurious, so the chandeliers were very dominant in space.
Pendant lamp NEW B.ROK was born from the idea of redesigning baroque chandeliers. The basic concept is based on the redesign of an element from baroque chandeliers, which crosses from the rounded forms to the orthogonal form, where the ornate baroque chandelier went into a concise, clear and attractive pendants.
Pendant lamp have three basic elements:
The first element is a cube of massive beech, dimensions 10x10x10 cm, which also connects bulb throat and cable, and the other two elements are manufactured from 3mm thick clirite, give it a stylish touch and this will be the attention of many people to become one of the ways in decorate your home interior. These parts of the clirite will be offered in various colors.
Pendant lamp is mounted witout bond.
Last piece of new pendant lamp is in progress!
It will be completed soon!
Colors are choosen! Black, white, yellow, green and glass transparent!
Waiting next week for the NEW B.ROK pendant lamp, but not in Milan this year unfortunately, only in Belgrade (for now)!
Name of product: NEW B.ROK pendant lamp
Designer: Vladimir Paripovic, architect
Title: In 2013 Baroque Will Have A New Form
Materials: wood (beech) and clirite
Year of production: 2013
“We still have architecture…” is the motto of the 35th Salon of Architecture, the most prestigious exhibition of architecture that will be held at the Museum of Applied Art from 27th March to April 30th. Official opening and award ceremony is scheduled for March 27, at 19:00.
Vladimir Paripovic presents his interior design project NESCAFE DOLCE GUSTO SHOP BELGRADE, 1st monobrand store of NESCAFE DG in Eastern Europe.
For 35 years, March and April are celebrated as months of the architecture, since this is one of the most important cultural and architectural events in the country. This manifestation gathers renowned local, regional and international architects who are presenting contemporary architecture in an interesting way and in the same time, they are focusing our attention to important and well executed architectural projects.