Ukrainian design has been chosen to be presented at a trend zone of Parisian exhibition
Khmara lamp is designed to illuminate the world with tenderness. Rain never falls from it. It smells like a candy floss and tastes like summer morning. Khmara turns the ceiling into a sky filled with birds singing.
It was selected by French trend specialist François Bernard for his space "What's New?" at HALL 1.
“This zone is focused on sincerity and hospitality, that only make sense if we really start listening to others and showing them our gratitude. Showing gratitude prompts a sense of self-worth”, – says François Bernard about his future trend-zone.
Ukrsavana is a world where Ukrainian traditions and nature are the main co-authors of designers. A place far from the city and worries, where the notion of "bustle" remains unknown. Products and decor here live out of time and create their own rules.
Tile Grass is refreshed by rain, dried by the sun, painted with a full moon. Made in limited quantities at studio’s own ceramic production. It has the ability to transform the space, depending on color and way it is located on the walls.
Uma lamps are birds that were the first settlers in Ukrsavana. With their magic light they warmed frozen ground and a new world began. We make Uma in copper and ceramics.
Elephant Armchair. One day after the sunset armchairs and sofas from The Elephant Collection have got tremendous ears. The inhabitants of Ukrsavana wanted coziness and solitude, and the elephants have done everything possible to help them protect their personal space.
Bijou lamp-table was born to simplify life with a combination of functions. Functionality, dressed in simple aesthetics.
Perekotypole Ceramics does not stay in one home for long. It is constantly presented as a gift, given from grandmother to granddaughter. According to the beliefs of Ukrsavana, in the house where there is a cup or a vase Perekotypole, there will always be enough time for traveling and adventure.
Authors of the exhibiting objects are founder of the studio Sergey Makhno, chief architect Illia Tovstonog, head of the product department Igor Havrylenko, product designer Uliana Zachkevych.
"Our experience of participating in international exhibitions shows that the world is interested in Ukraine, our traditions and culture. And we share all that with love. Our representation in the world, formation of such a concept as "Ukrainian design" – that is the reason why we wake up in the morning. And the fact that our product has been chosen to a trend-zone once seemed like an unreal dream. So, our waking up is not useless", says Sergey Makhno, founder of the studio Sergey Makhno Architects.
The Ukrainian stand is in the TODAY sector, HALL 6, stand D59. The project is organized by Maîno Design Ukraine with the support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and is funded under the EU4Business initiative of the European Union.