Wednesday, May 15, 2019

When passion drives design| The stage as the storyteller| Crafting experiences for the style-conscious| and more

Sergey Makhno Architects bring their love for Japan to Ukraine via a maze-like Japanese restaurant, carefully balancing the outlook of the city folk with the nuanced culture of a foreign land…
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Dear IAnDian,

Sometimes a little soul-searching goes a long way. We bring you two very strong designs this week – one from Ukraine (the cover story) and the other from Latvia. Both stories underline the premise that when design is fervently driven by passion, the outcome is simply fabulous!

To commemorate 100 years of Latvia with a multi-media dance performance, Didzis Jaunzems Architecture has worked in tandem with a video artist to design a stage that accommodates artistes against backdrops of shifting video projections – suited to both, large groups as well as solo performers. The strength of the design lies in its built form – as it alludes to the Latvian flag and several technologically-driven polygonal surfaces. Do check out these breath-taking tableaus.

Our cover story stems straight from the heart where our chef Fujiwara Yoshi – Japanese at heart and Ukranian by livelihood, joins hands with Sergey Makhno Architects to craft an eponymous restaurant representing exactly the sentiment – Japanese culture flirting with a charming Ukrainian soul. The large space is beautifully demarcated into different zones, ensuring diner comfort and variety without digressing from its locus-foci.

Warm regards,
Savitha Hira


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