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Melody, Moscow, Russia by Marina Lotsman

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Interior design:
Marina Lotsman Architect & Design
Moscow, Russia
Konstantin Malyuta
Principal designer:
Marina Lotsman
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Built area:
700 m²
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Wood, porcelain stoneware, decorative plaster
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Residential › Apartment

Architect Marina Lotsman's project for "Melody" company in Russia is not only an embodiment of the sound industry but also a symbol of preserving historical treasures. In this project, every detail, every architectural line, seems to affirm the importance of safeguarding a rich musical heritage.Here, history and modernity blend seamlessly, creating a space that embodies respect for the past and the future. Architectural solutions incorporate elements that serve as reminders of "Melody's" rich musical and cultural history, preserving this value for future generations.

This project becomes not just a recording venue but an architectural artifact, a testament to time and art. It underscores the significance of preserving historical treasures and integrating them into the contemporary world so that anyone visiting this space can immerse themselves in the rich history of sound recording and treat its heritage with the utmost respect.

Marina Lotsman's Project for "Melodiya" – Preserving Russia's Sound History

Architecture is not just about buildings and structures; it's the art of creating spaces that reflect the spirit of time and culture. Architect Marina Lotsman's project for "Melodiya" company in Russia stands as a shining example of how architecture can serve as a means of preserving historical treasures while also embarking on an inspiring journey into the world 
of sound and musical history.

"Melodiya": Russia's Sound Treasures

"Melodiya" is not merely a Russian sound recording firm; it's a stalwart in the industry and the oldest sound recording company in Russia. Its history spans decades during which 
sound recording became an integral part of Russian culture. Architectural project sets out to preserve this rich history and transform it into visual and acoustic art.

Architectural Excellence

What makes this project exceptional? It's a full collaboration – a partnership between the architect and the clients, as well as the harmonious interaction of architecture and music. Marina Lotsman didn't just create a building; she crafted a space where sound becomes an inseparable part of architectural art. In every detail of this space, musical notes resonate, creating a unique experience for visitors.

Preserving Historical Treasures

However, this project is not just an architectural creation; it's also a symbol of preserving historical values. Every architectural line serves as a reminder of "Melodiya's" rich musical history. It's a place where the past merges with the present, where old recordings and cutting-edge technologies coexist in reverence for heritage.

Inspiration for the Future

Project for "Melodiya" is more than just a recording venue; it's an architectural symbol, a testament to time and art. It urges us to respect and preserve historical values, integrate them into the modern world, and continue to draw inspiration from the music of the past to create future melodies.

This project is not merely a building; it's a musical journey through time and space, an embodiment of history and modernity, a place where every note harmonizes with architecture, and where the past and future converge in the melody of sound recording.

By Alfredo Gonzalez

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