Shkrub House by Sergey Makhno Architects, the workshop of Ukrainian design and architecture, received “gold” in the “Professional Interior Design” nomination at the prestigious international design award IDA.
New Year — new wishes. Previously we wanted a bright, strange, non-stop show, now the soul needs a native comfort and something "simple". Instead of a regular vacation, there is a parents' house with all its warmth and utmost relaxation. Work, business trips, urgently-immediate affairs, traffic jams, and daily stress — we want some peace of mind after such carousels. And we will seek it at home.
Behind the modern and the new stands abandoned and destroyed. Forgotten dwellings stand empty near dense skyscraper plantations. The world that tells about new heights and architecture of the future must also tell about the world of lonely and forgotten places. And this second world is not parallel at all — there are more abandoned houses than you think.
You must know everything about love. As for house issue, we are here to help you.
Going to Bali to find your zen? Well, Bali is not a flea market. And zen is where you haven’t searched yet.
On the example of the Shkrub House built by Sergey Makhno for his family, we are telling about forgotten Ukrainian traditions that are back in trend.
Ask me. What kind of world You want to live in? Ask me. What do you do To make it a better place?