||||||||||A cluster of low-hanging pendants are a nod to the domestic|A cluster of low-hanging pendants are a nod to the domestic|Staff have to climb up a ladder to reach the mezzanine|Nazar Bilyk’s sculpture and bas-relief panels are part of a wider collection of Ukrainian art|A bold experiment where modern art meets ancient artefacts|Downlighting washes over walls to amplify their textured finish|Kristalia’s Elephant chairs and Magis’ Chair One in a meeting room|As a designer, Mackhno is primarily interested in materials|A hard shell of concrete and glass is softened by timber and a leafy living wall||
22 Jan 2015

Sergey Makhno creates “dream project” workplace

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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