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Tubeteyka

Tubeteyka – a chain of restaurants in Almaty. One of them is located on the second floor of the shopping center "Globus" on Avenue Abai in Almaty.

The philosophical concept underlying the principles that guided the artistic organization of space was the image of paradise, as established and man-made in the traditional cultures of the Central Asian countries. 

 

The restaurant consists of two interconnected rooms and a bar within the crossing area, behind which stands the kitchen working space. The interior features the presence of eastern types of order systems with thin wooden columns and arched openings intended not so much to divide the space into independent areas, but to create an organic unity of the whole. 

 

 Traditional oriental arches on the walls mimic the architectural forms of quinces and niches. The color palette moves across shades of warm sand. All pieces, from dishes to decorative elements, are unique, imported from Uzbekistan. Light fixtures invoke diverse Eastern shapes. The walls display ceramic plates and prints with playful scenes of exclusive authorship.

 

Tubeteyka – a chain of restaurants in Almaty. One of them is located on the second floor of the shopping center "Globus" on Avenue Abai in Almaty.

The philosophical concept underlying the principles that guided the artistic organization of space was the image of paradise, as established and man-made in the traditional cultures of the Central Asian countries. 

 

The restaurant consists of two interconnected rooms and a bar within the crossing area, behind which stands the kitchen working space. The interior features the presence of eastern types of order systems with thin wooden columns and arched openings intended not so much to divide the space into independent areas, but to create an organic unity of the whole. 

 

 Traditional oriental arches on the walls mimic the architectural forms of quinces and niches. The color palette moves across shades of warm sand. All pieces, from dishes to decorative elements, are unique, imported from Uzbekistan. Light fixtures invoke diverse Eastern shapes. The walls display ceramic plates and prints with playful scenes of exclusive authorship.