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Ukrainian architect Alex Bykov completed his first inside design challenge and it’s fairly spectacular. The loft, named Constant Motion, was designed for a younger artistic couple within the coronary heart of Kiev’s historic district and after many discussions with the Bykov, the thought of “fixed movement” was determined upon.
The loft, which started as a sq. area, was designed with the idea of motion in thoughts when it got here to association and format. The bed room, lounge, library, and the toilet encompass the kitchen, which is the historic image of the “household’s coronary heart”. You can transfer from one room to the subsequent in an uninterrupted circle, because the areas circulate into one another.
The constructed-in library was constructed on prime of a raised flooring, which allowed for extra space for storing. Modular shelving was put in as a versatile answer and the geometric patterns might be modified round relying on their wants. The area was all constructed utilizing low value supplies.
The Southeastern home windows flood the bed room and front room with mild within the morning. Even although the area is comparatively trendy, the brick and wooden used all through actually heat up the area and make it inviting.
The bed room is personal however glass panels have been put in on the prime of two of the partitions serving to to deliver much more mild into the area.
Notice the Vasiliy Butenko Mess lamp on the bedside desk?