Vasily Butenko|Vasily Butenko|Vasily Butenko|Vasily Butenko|Vasily Butenko|Vasily Butenko||Ukrainian firm Azure went for a literal translation of their name into three dimensions|Ingo Maurer’s Silly-Kon lights mix with origami-like chairs made by the designers|Custom-painted Vitra House Birds, against a backdrop of undulating nutwood wall panels|Corian walls appear to peel back, revealing timber shelving|Colour is used in a more toned-down way in working areas|Clean cut: the simple concrete and timber washroom||
20 Jun 2011

Azure office in Kiev

Words by Rachel Calton

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