Peroto public interior design. Ina Damyanova
The idea behid Peroto (The Quill) Literary Club was to create a different cultural space for readers, and a stage for presentations and readings, for publishing houses and new authors, for cultural events and chamber concerts. Everything in the design concept revolves around written language and books. The bar is constructed from old books, the pendant light shades are made of pages with printed excerpts of poems and prose works, the furniture itself doubles as book storage, in every part of the space the visitor comes into contact with literature. One of the main accents is the stage, shaped like an open book. The openwork façade of the club, which is visible from three sides of the space, incorporates large three-dimensional Cyrillic letters, which function as built-ins for displaying new releases.
The Cyrillic alphabet is integrated into every design and shape, as a message to the future generations. One of the design challenges was adapting the contemporary style of Peroto to the existing building of the National Palace of Culture with its very specific visual, cultural and architectural identity and legacy.