If you are ever in Yekaterinburg and feel like experiencing a genuine Russian venue, check out the Printing House night club. Structured on two levels, the place is impressive in size and design as well. Exposed steel beams, pipes of different dimensions, brick walls and vintage decorations- all these to immerse visitors in a raw and memorable setting reminiscent of industrial times.
It is fascinating to observe how modern elements are skillfully integrated in the overall scheme of the interiors, creating small islands of comfort. At a second glance, one is likely to discover warm colors, plants and floor to ceiling curtains which cause an obvious contrast with the rest of the sober design. The unusual looking night club was envisioned and implemented by Nikita Zhilyakov and is the result of partially converting the printing press “Ural worker” in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Find it interesting?