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Let's continue the topic of trends in 2023. After analyzing the trends in architecture, we will move to the interior space and consider the interior design trends of the coming year.
Written by
Oleksandra Yaroshenko
Photography
ZIKZAK Architects
Trendsetters from year to year, from season to season dictate trends that followed in order to stay on the crest of the wave of relevance. But the trendsetters are actually customers who use the services, because the primary mission of the trend is to give people what they will need tomorrow. What trends in architecture await us in 2023? Let's find...
Written by
Oleksandra Yaroshenko
Photography
ZIKZAK Architects
The Kyiv brand PODYH is relaunching by introducing the FW21 collection dedicated to the modernist architecture of its hometown. PODYH draws inspiration from the city’s Soviet-era modernist icons, built between 1960 and 1980, many of which have been left to decay or risk demolition. Inspired by the architecture’s daring shapes, PODYH’s monochrome de...
Written by
Daria Plaksyuk
Photography
PODYH
Forming a concept in your head is a great start. But in order for it to turn into something tangible, something that can be demonstrated to the customer, it is necessary to materialize this idea. A mood board is the grain of the concept, the basic puzzle from which the project will be assembled later.
Written by
Oleksandra Yaroshenko
Photography
ZIKZAK Architects
Yulia Ogienko, HR Manager of ZIKZAK Architects, shared her professional knowledge, insights and advices. Spoiler: after reading to the end, you will find out what qualities you need to have to get a job in the team.
Written by
Oleksandra Yaroshenko
Photography
ZIKZAK Architects
The war in Ukraine has reduced cities to rubble and has affected millions of people. Although the war is still raging in full force, it is good to start thinking about rebuilding the country now. And in doing so, listening to the needs of Ukrainians. To this end, Ukrainian and Dutch spatial professionals have united in the Ukraine - the Netherlands...
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Orange Architects
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Orange Architects
This project was implemented on the territory of an already existing family house. This cozy chalet was created thanks to a combination of opposites - as a hiding place for solitary meditations and relaxation from the frantic pace of life or for warm meetings with close friends and active communication.
Project name
Enjoy the Silence
Architecture firm
Loft Buro
Location
Kyiv, Ukraine
Photography
Serhii Polyushko
Australia’s first building with an integrated solar facade. Melbourne-based architecture firm Kennon, have announced the construction of Australia's first building with a solar-powered façade. The eight-story office building will be equipped with 1,182 solar panels that will produce more energy than it consumes.
Project name
550 Spencer
Architecture firm
Kennon
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop