The Charles.Cameron Interior Gallery designed by Olga Kushnareva, a Russian designer, together with Harry Gregory, a British designer, is an excellent example of highly professional use of various historical and classical styles in design, combination of textures, and careful alignment of light and colour accents.
The space of 1 500 sq. m. of refined and sophisticated interiors of drawing rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, studies, and kitchens named after Charles Cameron, a thinker, artist, ancient architecture researcher, and master of architectural composition, landscape development, drawing, and etching, serves not only to commercial purposes, but also promotes the ideas of personal moral development and sincere aspiration to the harmony of humanity and surrounding environment.
The authentic works and performance of such XVIII century composers as Anton Tietz, Handel, and Giovanni Paisiello were the inspiration for the gallery opening ceremony scenario.
The masked dancers of the Anjolini baroque ballet dance company dressed in historical costumes of XVIII century with greyhounds performed reconstructed theatrical scenes of that time accompanied by the Antique Music Ensemble quartet.
An opera singer performed the song On the Mother-River by composer Ivan Khandoshkin accompanied by unique antique instruments, the peers of balalaika and harpsichord’s age.
Dynamic light paintings on the façade of building and in the hall replaced each other flowing together with the music from one hall to other as if inviting the guests to follow them. Together with the solemn final accords of music the lights went out and stylized fireworks drew the guests to the windows. At this moment a cake full of candles was served to the rapturous guests.