Designed by the owners themselves, husband and spouse duo Oleg Volosovsky and Elena Logvynets of Ukrainian structure studio Loft Buro, the Hayloft homes a group of treasures from totally different cultures, together with antiques, handicrafts, work, graffiti, bas-reliefs and sculptures from their travels. Though the artifacts are all so totally different, they harmonize with one another as a result of the constructing itself is a mixture of totally different components and applied sciences.
The house was beforehand used for industrial actions, so the economic look – uncovered programs, metallic ceilings, concrete and brick constructions, double heights – is unique to the big constructing. The primary ground is devoted for the kitchen, eating room, residing space that extends on the higher mezzanine, laundry area and the daughter’s room. Upstairs, the second ground consists of the lounge, work area, and bed room with walk-in closet and loo.
The fabric palette is simply as numerous as the house’s assortment. Key options embrace wood flooring with mosaic alternating stone, a majolica conventional Ukrainian fire, uncovered metallic pipes and projectors, and designer radiators by Antrax IT that department off into ornamental patterns, persevering with the uncovered tubes motif.
Like one in all their collected work, the architects have created a house that’s actually a murals, drawing your eyes in from each nook to remain and observe.
Photographs by Andrey Avdeenko.