Posts Tagged ‘Ukraine’
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Article source: Keivani Architects
The project is located in one of the apartment block of residential complex. during the design, we considered two essential factors to develop the concept of Mehr Khaneh interior design. The first factor is the client’s interests in the Persian civilization, culture, and values, namely the metaphors of Mithraism and sun. The second factor is the artistic character of the client, which had to be reflected in design.
Image Courtesy © Sergey Savchenko
- Architects: Persian Primavera & Keivani Architects
- Project: Mehr Khaneh (House of the sun)
- Location: Street Ostrovskovo, Kiev, Ukraine
- Photography: Sergey Savchenko
- Architects in charge: Solmaz Fooladi, Nima Keivani, Sina Keivani
- Client: Studio Persian Primavera
- Design Associates / Team: Ladan Mostofi, Konstantin Starodubtsev
- Executive Manager: Solmaz Fooladi
- Graphic: Sina Keivani
- Project area: 101 square meter
- Date of Construction: June 2016
Friday, July 29th, 2016
Article source: AKZ Architectura
Zuieva Katya and Olga Malyshenko (AKZ Architectura, Kiev, Ukraine) were requested to design a new bar in Kiev. The task was very interesting: create a space that fundamentally different from all the Kiev bars that include bricks, wood and rusty metal. Designers feel absolutely free in their creative decisions. So they take the conception of Naïve bar about sparkling wine and try to show in interior the essence of this drink – the lightness and a sense of celebration. The bright and in the same time gentle colors with the returning 70th style that displayed in furniture with “Art Deco” style bathroom create the space where you whant to forget everything and “just drink sparkling wines and cocktails and feel happy”.
Image Courtesy © Lesha Yanchenkov
- Architects: AKZ Architectura (Zuieva Katya, Olga Malyshenko)
- Project: “Naïve” sparkling wine bar
- Location: Kiev. Basseina street 1/2, Ukraine
- Photography: Lesha Yanchenkov
- Area: 80 m2
- Realization: 2016
Wednesday, July 6th, 2016
Article source: Berezanskyy architects
The project allows to alternately expand the functional space of the house depending on the changing needs and growth of the family. The house consists of main base unit and several additional ones. The base unit (128.5 m²) is the principal. It consists of living room, bedroom, kitchen-dining room, boiler room, bathroom, toilet facilities. It is a fully independent living unit. The additional units which are the children’s rooms, bedroom, cabinet, garage and terrace join to the base unit in the designated areas. The additional units can be added to the main unit at the same time or alternately depending on the real needs and opportunities of the residents. Thus, the house can “grow” with your family building up the necessary functional areas.
Image Courtesy © Berezanskyy architects
- Architects: Berezanskyy architects
- Project: Growing House
- Location: Ukraine, Russia
- Authors: Aleksandr Berezanskyy , Ekaterina Zakharova
- Area: 238 m²
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Article source: Drozdov&Partners
The house is located on a clearing in the middle of the homogeneous oak-tree forest, with all the premises exposed to the natural surrounding with their outer contour.
The peristyle comes as an antithesis to this uniform context. Is closed courtyard unites and brings together all the functional zones of the house.
Image Courtesy © Andrey Avdeenko
- Architects: Drozdov&Partners(Sergey Vlasov, Oleg Drozdov, Vyacheslav Zhemir, Ekaterina Yolkina, Sergey Kostyanoy, Aleksander Pominchuk, Timofey Ulanchenko)
- Project: House with a Peristyle
- Location: Kharkiv, Ukraine
- Photography: Andrey Avdeenko
- Software used: Archicad
- Size: 823 m2
- Status: Realized (2015)
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Article source: DROZDOV & PARTNERS Ltd.
The plot is sited on one of the five Kharkiv hills among low-rise development with village-like parceling and scarce apartment houses that emerged here at the turn of the xix-xx centuries. It is located right in front of the central hill, with a railroad running along the valley between the hills. The place enjoys a generous view of the city centre, as well as the nearby church.
main view of the summer terrace, Image Courtesy © Andrey Avdeenko
- Architects: DROZDOV & PARTNERS Ltd. (Yuriy Bendasov, Yevgeniy Bosenko, Yana Bryukhovetska, Oleg Drozdov, Vladimir Konovalov)
- Project: Ark – Single family house
- Location: Kharkiv, Ukraine
- Photography: Andrey Avdeenko
- Area: 488 m2
- Status: realized (2015)
Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
Article source: SVOYA studio
Designers of “SVOYA studio” created private space where everything is made for a quiet rest and peaceful life in the bustling metropolis. The customer wanted to convert the Kiev three-roomed apartment into two-roomed with a spacious area that combines the kitchen with the living and dining room as well as a bedroom with a shower room and a big closet. An important wish was to create the most “honest” atmosphere that means to use natural materials, only the original positions and in every way to support the Ukrainian manufacturer of decoration and furniture. Following this principle, wooden tiles, brought from the Carpathian Mountains, were used in the living area. And ceramic tiles and décor from local potters were used in the lobby. The apartment is decorated with elements of the product design from “SVOYA studio” such as lamps “VPOTOLOK”, pedestals “IZDEREVA”, outlet “8-bit”, a triptych with decorative nails “8526 strikes”, as well as paintings by Anton Sokolov.
Image Courtesy © Alexandr Angelovsky
- Architects: SVOYA studio
- Project: TRUE APARTMENT
- Location: KIEV, Ukraine
- Photography: Alexandr Angelovsky
Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
Article source: KIRAMET
The necessity of the museum complex \”Scythian Naples\” construction is determined by the fact that now \”Scythian Naples\” is the only scientific, cultural and educational institution in Crimea, which activity is focused on the Scythian subject matter. The ancient city of Scythian Naples itself is worldwide known as the capital Crimean fortress and the collections of its excavations are exhibited in the leading museums of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Image Courtesy © KIRAMET
- Architects: KIRAMET
- Project: Museum complex \”Scythian Naples\”
- Location: Simferopol, Crimea
Monday, January 11th, 2016
Article source: EC-5 Architekci
EC-5 Architects, Polish design agency specialising in hospitality architecture and interiors, designed ibis Styles Lviv interiors. Over the course of cooperation with the investor the studio was responsible for creating the concept of rooms and bathrooms interiors, common spaces as well as the signage system.
Image Courtesy © Taras Hipp
- Architects: EC-5 Architekci
- Project: Ibis Styles Hotel
- Location: Lviv, Ukraine
- Photography: Taras Hipp
- Date of opening: September 2015
- Project team: Luiza Jodłowska, Ewelina Osakowicz-Nowak, Joanna Chaładaj, Aleksandra Szczepaniak, Paulina Krakowiak, Piotr Płóciennik, Kamil Marciniak
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: YOD Dеsign Lab
The restaurant is a part of the hotel recreation complex Relax park «VERHOLY». The location of the complex and functional purpose of the restaurant itself became crucial in the choice of concept of a future outlet. The complex is placed at the very heart of a picturesque pine forest in Poltava province. And the restaurant serves as a public catering facility both for guests living in the complex and for visitors who have made up their mind just to have a good time al fresco, breaking away from hustle and bustle of the city. For this purpose the complex offers a whole variety of services: beginning from strolls in the woods and finishing with swimming in the pool or horse rides.
Image Courtesy © YOD Dеsign Lab
- Architects: YOD Dеsign Lab
- Project: Food &Forest park restaurant
- Location: Village of Sosnovka, Poltava province, Ukraine
- Graphic designer: Ilya Nepravda
- Authors: Vladimir Nepiyvoda, Dmitriy Bonesko
- Cameraman: Andrey Avdeenko
- Area: 600 m2
- Status: realized in 2014
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
Article source: FORM architectural bureau
Customers’ requests were to leave maximum area and to fit into the layout the store rooms, walk-in closets and two lavatories in the way that is \”invisible to the eye\”. Loft-style.
Image Courtesy © Andrey Bezuglov