Ukrainian architect Alex Bykov finished his first interior design project and it’s quite impressive. The loft, named Constant Motion, was designed for a young creative couple in the heart of Kiev’s historical district and after many discussions with the Bykov, the idea of “constant motion” was decided upon.
The loft, which began as a square space, was designed with the concept of movement in mind when it came to arrangement and layout. The bedroom, lounge, library, and the bathroom surround the kitchen, which is the historical symbol of the “family’s heart”. You can move from one room to the next in an uninterrupted circle, as the spaces flow into each other.
The built-in library was built on top of a raised floor, which allowed for more storage space. Modular shelving was installed as a flexible solution and the geometric patterns can be changed around depending on their needs. The space was all built using low cost materials.
The Southeastern windows flood the bedroom and living room with light in the morning. Even though the space is relatively modern, the brick and wood used throughout really warm up the space and make it inviting.
The bedroom is private but glass panels were installed at the top of two of the walls helping to bring even more light into the space.
Notice the Vasiliy Butenko Mess lamp on the bedside table?