Modern office interior by Homecult, Kyiv – Ukraine

November 13th, 2017 by retail design blog

In our country offices are usually boring, monotonous, uncomfortable places from which you’d want to get out. Our office introduce the opposite. We create modern beautiful space for our team, clients and myself. Combining light minimalism, brutal loft and eclecticism, as a result, we have tasty interior full of details and cravings.

Like a mirror, it reflects the character of our team, inspires us for experiments. In an area of 105 square meters there have been designed several functional zones. The space of the working area for the team smoothly flows into the kitchen with everything necessary for the office. Next is the meeting room with soft sofa and a large table for negotiations.

The color of the sofa is reflecting a color of the Anton Gudzikevych paintings displayed to the right of it. The area for negotiations also includes modern metallic shelves for press and interior mood boards. We used a lot of textures: raw concrete, natural wood, metal, glass, greenery and copper.

You can see the large tile of the Spanish factory “Apavisa” with the effect of metal erosion, the Italian “Laminam” stone for a slit meter sink and the “Ferrerolegno” door 2.8 m high. For the inspiration of the guests we paid special attention to novelties in lighting. We love local manufacturers but no one can touch with global brands.

Pendant light “Copernico” by Artemide, floor lamps “Twiggy” by Foscarini, trendy LED luminaires “Cork” by Wever&Ducre, famous pendant lam “OK” by Flos, table lamp “Anisha” by Foscarini and another table lamp “Volee” by Fontana Arte. On the terrace you can see outdoor floor lamp “Inout” by Metalarte. Our office filled with works of best ukrainian artists.

Copper sculptures made by Egor Zigura and the above-mentioned painting by Anton Gudzikevych. We wanted the first impressions of our clients about the office space to be – modern, minimalist and eclectic. We are not afraid to make experiments in design, but we are always sure it will look interesting and attractive. This is perfect space to showcase our design opportunities for customers.

Design: Homecult
Photography: Andrey Shurpenkov

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One thought on “Modern office interior by Homecult, Kyiv – Ukraine

  1. Grista pearl says:

    It’s an amazing interior designing work done by you. Thanks for sharing amazing information with us.

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