Lots of greenery, natural wood and lively air — Par Bar designed by YODEZEEN is a new restaurant and bar in a residential area of Kyiv, created according to the principle of genuineness. Osokorky is the urban residential district of Kyiv — one of its youngest urban areas. It is located in the south-east of the city, in its left-bank part. Back in the early 1990s this area was a village with meadows where local residents ranged, and today the millions of square meters are represented with concrete and metal. Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov.
Precise architectural lines, mindbending form aesthetics in suit with ideal implementation. YODEZEEN architectural and design studio has carried out a project of apartments in the historic downtown of Kyiv. This time designers and architects united modern classics with Empire elements. Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov.
YODEZEEN transforms the Soviet building to Instsgrammable restaurant. The Follower restaurant, newest Kyiv hospitality openings, is imagined as an eclectic, eccentric, and modern place for millennials who are keen on social media but at the same time never forget the benefits of social life. Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov
Student’s apartment in Kiev is a project designed by YoDezeen. “This residence with an extremely limited area was completely transformed into a totally functional space with divided zones including a combined kitchen, dining and living areas, bedroom, wardrobe and evidently bedroom. photography by Shurpenkov Andrii.
Charismatic interior in Kiev is a project designed by YoDezeen. This interior, exactly as a cognac, can be described in 3 words: noble, strong and sophisticated.
Team: Architects Artem Zverev, Artur Sharf, Irina babich, inerior designer Anna Tarabanova Photo credit to Shurpenkov Andrii
YoDezeen architects has completed interior design for a 430 sqm apartment centrally located in Kiev. Planned for a single family, the client requested the creation of two divided areas where adults and kids could simultaneously entertain without bothering one other. the flat was extended, forming an optimal space for meeting these needs. Photography by Shurpenkov Andrii