案例类别： 办公写字楼 面积： 1000-3000平
Ya Vsesvit is a minimalist space for design-minded people that consists of several units – the office of a design studio, product design showroom and lecture hall. Name of the space can be translated as ‘I’m the universe’, and the interior is built on the idea of combining. The main task was to organize the work of several business units under one roof and encourage collaboration among them.
▼室内空间一览，不同功能的单元连接在一起，overall view of the interior space, different units combined under one roof
Stylistically, the space is based on the contrast of textures and combinations of materials united by a monochromatic palette. An authentic clay plaster on the wall, recreated with the local craft technique aged 400 years, is right next to a futuristic cold coating of stainless steel and silver foil-fabric on poufs. An accurate symmetry of black bricks is settled next to a natural imperfection of the rough stone.
▼灰泥墙面、铝箔座椅和黑色砖墙形成对比，contrast between the mortar walls, foil-fabric poufs and black brick walls
The biggest aim to create design that remains to live in future and not only 1 or 2 years, as all trends do. The inspiration came from cultural roots of designer and historical background of Ukraine. The author wanted to recreate relations between humans and nature, when they were able to live in harmony with each other. When you take something from past and make it work for future, by simplifying, rethinking and experimenting with shape, texture or materials.
▼空间中不同元素相互衬托，different elements in the space corresponded to each other
In the centre of a cave-style meeting room there is a massive table made from a single piece of sandstone, the geometry and natural form of which were preserved untouched. The coarseness of the stone is softened by the delicate tectonics of the brickwork behind – one of the most complex element of the interior. The working zone is divided into sections using glass partitions that allows free flow of the sunlight.
The kitchen and 2 bathrooms keep the same minimalist interior style and cleanliness of lines. All functional facilities – such as storage rooms, cabinets for equipment and working materials, refrigerator, sink, sideboard, are built-in and hidden from the eyes.