The globally popular brand BEVZA is trademarked by a clean and minimalist style drawing on Ukrainian traditions. Their 2021 Spring/Summer collection revolves around one of the
Every coffeehouse owner aims to deliver the most delicious food and beverages to its guests, while the designer’s job is to create an atmosphere that matches
Inspired by the picturesque landscape, this family home is located in the Vinnytsia region of Ukraine on the bank of the Southern Bug river and was
Elements of neo-Gothicism, authentic murals, a multimedia library, modern furniture and barrier-free solutions: this is the environment which the first Municipal Art Centre in Lviv, Ukraine
Simple geometric forms combined with a distinct color palette and hand-crafted techniques: the modernist furniture pieces of NOOM Studio pay homage to suprematism and the Bauhaus.
Elegant and simple aesthetics combined with Bauhaus-inspired design: the coffee table designed by Ukrainian designer Pavel Vetrov can be a monolith-like decorative element in our homes—this
The latest, innovative technologies combined with elegance and respect for traditions: the pieces of Ukrainian clothing brand IENKI IENKI are not only contemporary and comfortable garments
Dubbed Gymnasium A+, this private school in Kyiv looks for innovative solutions not only in terms of teaching methods, but from the point of architecture and
Vernacular references meet contemporary elegance in the design of this Ukrainian horse club: VG Horse Club equestrian facility located in the northern part of Ukraine, on
Modern, functional interior with comfortable architectural solutions covered in the hues of terracotta and sky blue, in a curved layout: meet the latest interior design project
The meeting of crooked lines and soft pastel hues in the interior of a children’s center: the designs of Ukrainian SVOYA studio creates a safe and playful
Relaxation, comfort and dream-like, surreal visual world: Ukrainian-born Pavel Vetrov designed a furniture collection for Spanish brand MISSANA, the peculiarity of which lies in the fact that the collection
Soft pastel tones, dream-like scenes and strange human figures – we present you the illustrations of Ukrainian-born Oleksandra Balytska with a characteristic and unique visual world.
From world literature to Soviet political propaganda – here’s an Instagram feed that guides us through the entire 20th century with the help of Ukrainian book covers. One
After Persian rugs, the nomadic Kilims came, and then the Moroccan Beni Ourains (or vice versa). And if we are to believe forecasts, the next carpet