01.11. 2017

KODA Stay making of

Räägiks veidi tööst. Mu laual on olnud sellel aastal hulganisti unistuste projekte, sealt vist tuligi ka see Eesti Disainiauhindade Aasta disaineri tiitel, aga üks projektidest on grammi võrra erilisem kui teised, sest selleks on sisekujundus. Ma olen küll 2 korda oma sisekujunduste eest värvilise kodu preemia saanud, kord Uue-Maailma koduga kord Rotermanni koduga, kuid tehniliselt sisutanud endale ja tuttavatele. Seega meele lõi härdaks kui Ülar Mark andis teada, et just minusugune värvide hull võiks nullenergia liigutatava KODA Stay hotelli sisustust välja mõelda (KODA ise oma olemasoleva sisuga loodud KODASEMA tiimi arhitektide poolt).

Kahjuks ma kohe-kohe ei saa lõpptulemust näidata, sest osad elemendid pole veel paigas, aga tahaks juba eputada, et kasutan oma lemmik illustreerijate töid – Krõõt Kukkur, Eili Lepik, Prints by TM (mul on lemmikuid veelgi rohkem, aga alustuseks said võetud ette esimesed kolm). Üheks ruumi seovaks elemendiks on ka minu enda väike teos, milleks on mummuline magamisnurk.

Vot selline tööprotsess on siis käimas ja ei suuda ära oodata kunas see juba valmis saab, et saaks ise ka ühe öö kunsti-Koda-stays veeta.

Lets talk about work a little. This year I’ve had the best projects of my life on my plate, maybe that’s why I got the Designer of The Year title at the local Design Awards, maybe not :D But one of the projects have been a tiny bit more special than the others because it was interior design! I’ve one interior competitions 2 times before, for my home in Uus-Maailm and my home in Rotermanni, but usually, I just help out myself and my friends. So you can imagine how thrilled I was to get a call from Ülar Mark asking to create interiors for KODA sustainable travel home hotels KODA Stay (KODA itself is created and designed by KODASEMA architects).

Unfortunately I can’t show you the final result just yet, but some of the elements are fixed so I’m happy to present an idea of using amazing local illustrators artworks – Prints by TM, Krõõt Kukkur & Eili Lepik (hopefully even more names in the future). Also creating a sleeping-space art of my own with dots.

You can now check out the ongoing work process in pictures, hopefully everything will be ready soon and I can not wait to spend the night in the crazy-happy-Koda-Stay of mine.


Photos taken with Samsung Galaxy Note 8; KODA Stay by KODASEMA; Clock on the wall by Normann Copenhagen

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