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Work spaces: multifunction, creativity and monochromatism in offices in Ukraine

Contrast and unity of opposites is the key idea in the interior design of the new design space NOW VSESVIT (I am the universe), created by the Ukrainian architect and designer Victoria Yakusha. Recently, the project won the "Interior of the year" competition in the "Public and administrative buildings" category.

In a 180 square meters surface a architecture studio, a conference room with capacity for 80 people, a design gallery and a modern joint work space coexist comfortably. Despite its multifunctionality, the YES VSESVIT space works perfectly as a single "organism" and at any time can easily move from one function to another. The VSAVIT space is now created for all types of design-oriented communities: architects, fashion designers, viewers, stylists, photographers and copywriters.

Stylistically, the space It is based on the contrast of textures and the unexpected combination of materials joined by a monochromatic palette. Just as the Universe combines different star systems, the interior of YA VSESVIT also consists of many polar elements. An authentic clay plaster, recreated with the local artisan technique, on the wall is right next to a futuristic cold stainless steel cladding and silver foil fabric on the poufs. An accurate symmetry of black bricks is established alongside a natural imperfection of the rough stone.

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In the center of a cave-style meeting room there are a solid table made of a single sandstone, whose geometry and natural form remained intact. The roughness of the stone is softened by the delicate tectonic brick behind, one of the most complex elements inside. The work area of ​​the YA VSESVIT design space is divided into sections using glass partitions that do not interfere with the free flow of sunlight.

At the entrance, customers are welcome with two giant wooden mortars of 120-150 years called "stupa", acquired in the vintage market. Next to them, there is a set of modern TREMBITA vases, made of burnt wood, that repeat the shape of a popular Ukrainian musical instrument with the same name.

All the functions of the space, storage rooms, cabinets for equipment and work materials, are integrated and hidden from the eyes of visitors. Unlike normal office space, where all the folders and papers are stored under the table, in the joint work area of ​​YA VSESVIT you will see low metal shelves, suspended on a large table transformer. In addition to the main function, the shelves also serve as decoration.

The conference room is now VSESVIT equipped with a large screen, although if necessary, the floor can also play the role of a screen, transmitting architectural projects with the smallest details. Set of ZTISTA sculpted chairs specially created for this project from the ecological composition: straw, linen, cotton, biopolymer. The thick gray curtains add some softness to the interior, diluting the black and white color scheme.

The kitchen and the 2 bathrooms of the design space YA VSESVIT continue the same minimalist interior style, where all functional elements (storage, refrigerator, sink, sideboard) are integrated and hidden. The cleanliness of the lines and the conciseness of the interior are observed in each room and detail. What do you think of the result?

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