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.
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.
"It's better to lose your hand than stop thinking" Bjarke Ingels
The age-old question — the mountains or the sea? Today we will be the lawyers of acute-angled ridges and slender pines. We picked the top 7 houses in the woods: there is no need to cut down hectares of forest to build something. The conscience is pure, and you can always have something to engage yourself. Explore the mountain paths or consider the tops of the pines all day long — the forest asks you for one thing only — to relax and let go of the everydayness. Spoiler: you can buy one of these houses.
Polina Volkova, our interior designer, had a chance to visit Hong Kong. Polina fell in love with this city and now she wants to share with you 5 Hong Kong modern buildings that amazed her most.
#makhno_architour is about modern architecture around the world that fascinated us the most, and now we cannot but share these places with you. Krakow. The old cozy town that can be bypassed with the morning coffee. A place you trust and do not expect any surprises, or glass 30-floor skyscrapers. And in vain, Krakow is a kiddo who knows how to surprise. Sergey Makhno Architects’ PR Director Tanya Vakula tells us.
About modern architecture around the world that fascinated us the most, and now we cannot but share these places with you. It is not like those usual guidebooks, we checked. Where to eat-drink, rent a home and buy souvenirs – we omit all that. Only modern architecture, only hardcore. Let’s start with Dresden must-sees from our architect Alexander Kovpak.
WHERE to sleep, WHAT to prepare for lunch, HOW to be hospitable – these matters are decided on Salone del Mobile.Milano – the main event of the year in the field of interior design.
To draw-sculpt-bake-paint-admire. It’s a brief story about ceramics life
Technology, Japanese minimalism and Van Gogh's sculpture
The stunning projects of the Japanese studio Nendo in 2016