The architectural concept matrixX architectures has been developed by the architect Peter Stasek and represents an innovative concept for architecture projects taking into account organic shapes and natural structures. The most important clients of matrixX architectures by Peter Stasek comprise multinational groups from the fields of new business development, biotechnology and lighting industry, operators of healthcare facilities, shops, shopping malls and others.
Champagne glasses move together and melt into one seamless entity just
like people’s souls after Champagne tasting. The Champagne River Bar
serves as a transformation of an unfathomable event into the material
world in form of an organic shaped glass pavilion. The glass walls
appear to be a hybrid form, capturing simultaneously the expressive
essence of both liquids and solids. Here, a journey of knowledge begins
with the Seine at one’s feet which, at dusk, shines in all its glory –
an obvious gesture of a poet raising a toast to the city’s unmistakable
skyline. It is only this moment of unlimited convergence that counts.
interior of the River Bar is designed in a manner which enables each
guest to sit at the glass front and thus to enjoy the exclusive
panoramic view of the Seine. Especially for the purpose of the Champagne
Bar, a table has been designed in which a holder for the Champagne
bucket is already integrated. The entire interior is largely reduced to a
few main objects: the Champagne table with chairs, the bar counter with
bar stools and the Champagne Relief Wall.
Lighting and Colour Concept
inner walls, the ceiling and the floor covering, all of which are
coloured in white, not only serve as a neutral background for the entire
furnishing in graphite gray, but also as a projection surface for
illuminations. The entire facade is made of transparent glass and thus
functions as a monitor of the whole inner life. Just like the sparkling
pearls ascending in a Champagne glass, the LED projections are supposed
to create the same effect in combination with the guests’ movements.