this minimialist office space of ukranian studio soesthetic group is an all-white cosmic hub influenced by the concept of paper architecture. at its heart, a cubical meeting room creates a gateway between the two main zones of the project.

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the cubic meeting room is enclosed by a shell-like structure for sound-proofing
all images © andrey avdeenko



for soesthetic group‘s office hub, working places are presented as two big white island tables. all wires and equipment are hidden in cabinet and special cable-channels, and computers can be switched directly from the workplace. all furniture in the office is made in ukraine based on sketches from the design team.

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view of movable reception desk



finally, an auditorium called MAKEiT HUB can be easily transformed for any event (lecture or presentation followed by a reception) thanks to its mobile furniture such as folding flux chairs and a movable reception desk. two big screens, light scenarios by gira, sound engineer’s controller, separate wardrobe and toilets, as well as light-proof curtains are all designed for the comfort of the guests. 

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intricate flux chairs are easy to fold for workshops and unfold for lectures

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lightproof blinds are used to create privacy for the auditorium during any event

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view of the storage space for materials used during the design and construction of the project

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bright accents of interior furniture

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the meeting room gives out an intriguing spatial design

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architects and designers’ working zone are defined by large white table islands

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CEO’s office space



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