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Fonarnye Bani, one of the oldest and historically significant bathhouses in St. Petersburg, Russia has opened its doors again after 15 years and a large-scale reconstruction. Thanks to the efforts of the ideological mastermind of the project, Artem Shakhnazarov, who commissioned the thought after St. Petersburg restorer Rafael Dayanov to restore the listed architectural masterpiece, and MEGRE INTERIORS to create the design concept for its interiors, the Fonarnye Bani, are again a significant point on the map of St. Petersburg. To find a balance between historicism and modernity, MEGRE INTERIORS chose the path of purity of design solutions. After all, it is precisely purity and cleanliness that are the cornerstone of a bathhouse, and therefore the harmonious basis of the visual concept. It was important for the designers to draw the guests' attention to the preserved elements of architecture, proportions, and volumes while creating a cozy, functional space. The MEGRE INTERIORS team has devoted 5 years to scrupulous work on the restoration of this project in the center of St. Petersburg and is grateful for the opportunity to create a project that will delight the people of St Petersburg and its visitors for decades to come. The project was appreciated not only by the bathhouse visitors, who generously leave admirable reviews on social media and to the staff, but by various media outlets, and won the AD Design Award within the 2 weeks of opening.
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