Decoding by Alexandrine Lukach
Ukrainian interior designer Alexandrine Lukach transformed the interiors of this classic apartment into a modern eclectic space by integrating 196 contemporary design objects of 42 Ukrainian designers and artists. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.
The owner of the apartment offered her to refresh this space and add up-to-date furniture, lighting, and decor. Alexandrine decided to focus on local designers in her selection of objects and turned this project into a professional challenge for herself.
In two months she totally decoded an apartment – 96 contemporary design objects by 42 Ukrainian designers were integrated into the space. Among them were works of such brands as Noom, FAINA Design, OLK manufactory, Mahno design, Olga Fradina, Tasha Oro, etс.
The interior enriched with art and design objects by local new-wave creators has obtained new depth. As it turned out pieces of Ukrainian designers based on modern comprehension of craft traditions can create unusual harmony with classical basis of the interior. It moves beyond just current trends.
– I am sure that nowadays you can create a modern and vibrant interior only if you fluently mix traditions of different epochs and styles. To achieve balance you need to enhance functionality by bold artistic accents and decorative objects which resonate with the personality of the home’s owner, – Alexandrine Lukach says.
Project name: Decoding
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Area: 288 sq. m.
Photos: Andrey Avdeenko
Find more projects by Alexandrine Lukach : www.intemporary.com