Zavarzin O. Design of hotel and restaurant complexes: systematization of finishing materials. International scientific-practical journal "Commodities and markets". 2021. N 3. P. 96-104.
|JEL Classification: M15, Z11||DOI: https://doi.org/10.31617/tr.knute.2021(39)07|
Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor,
Associate Professor at the Department of Design and Engineering
Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics
19, Kyoto str., Kyiv, 02156
DESIGN OF HOTEL AND RESTAURANT COMPLEXES: SYSTEMATIZATION OF FINISHING MATERIALS
Background. An important, still unresolved problem in this case is the creation of a full-fledged market of building materials, the creation of a comprehensive database of materials, comparative statistics in online format on quality, aesthetic, and cost indicators of these materials, recommendations on their applications.
Materials and methods. The presented research use methods of analysis, describing, and generalization of available advertising information about covering materials for interior of hotels-restaurants buildings, for their future data base for practical design.
Results. The analysis of features of building and finishing materials which are widely used in design and furnish of rooms of hotels and restaurants are resulted. Summarizing the above information that takes place on the websites of manufacturers and suppliers, it should be noted that the urgent task is the need to structure and systematize such commercial information, advertising about certain materials, in particular for floor coverings. The best solution may be to create an online system, which will present a complete set of building materials for interior decoration. Such an information file can be quickly and efficiently created online with the work of a group of architects-designers, graphic designers and programmers and uploaded to a web space, such as a modular environment such as MOODLE.
Conclusion. Its hould be noted that there is such an insane amount of different format and cost of building materials for interior decoration on the market. All this urgently requires a comprehensive systematization and creation of an informative data base of these materials. This will allow the designer to facilitate the preparatory work in creating exclusive and innovative design environments, as it is more than tens of thousands of textures, color patterns of textures of materials. Creation and systematization of the electronic data base – its optimization for design services in the construction market.
Keywords: data base, design, interior, material, coating, covering, texture, relief, format.
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