Situated on the 62nd floor of Moscow's Federatsia Building, the Sixty Restaurant and Bar, which shares a space with Sushibaba Sushi Bar, offers what many would call the best view of the city. But the restaurant's interior, designed by 28-year-old designer Yuna Megre's up and coming design firm Megre Interiors, competes with the Moscow skyline.
The restaurant's light-soaked foyer features corrugated metal walls and an obelisk-like, marble front desk. A white ceramic statuette adds a twist of character to the classic black and white palette of the space.
Plush orange chairs pop in this corner of the dining room, pulling the room's steel and blue grey tones into a dialogue, while large, pendulous lamps bring dynamism to the overlapping squares of the shelves lining the room's far wall.
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In this more central portion of the dining area, nature rises to new heights. Birch trees, highly celebrated symbols of Russian nationalism, seem organic to the room, marrying into the linear motif of the metal supports.
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Those who turn their eyes inwards are greeted by the bar's mirrored surface. Offering a quirky alternative to the lamps traditional in restaurants and dining rooms, lightbulbs hung in a grid incorporate the glassware behind the bar and on the tables in the restaurant's dynamic aesthetic.