A Look Inside Kovalska’s New Kiev Office

A Look Inside Kovalska’s New Kiev Office

Building materials manufacturer Kovalska recently hired architects Artem Trigubchak and Lera Brumina to design their new office in Kiev, Ukraine.

“The office is located in the building of a functioning factory of the company, built in the Soviet period. A monumental mosaic panel on the facade, brutal proportions of space served as a starting point for working on the project.

The first floor of the office functions as a sales department, the second floor is closed to visitors and internal work departments are located there. This is a rather interesting story, since the company decided to complete the second floor while the architects were already working on the first. Thus, it turned out to organize all the necessary functional zones.

The interior uses a large number of materials and products that are produced and sold by the company. For example, the partition in the waiting area is assembled from cut concrete slabs, and the base for the bench and table is made of paving stone.

In some places, sand and marble chips were used as the wall decoration material. The mix for creating terrazzo floors has also been developed for this interior.
Thus, in addition to the main task, it turned out to demonstrate product capabilities.

Most of the pieces of furniture, as well as the lighting system, were designed by architects specifically for this project,” said Artem Trigubchak and Lera Brumina.

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Exterior
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Lobby
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Lobby
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Entrance
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Private office
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Meeting space
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Meeting room
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Meeting room
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Collaborative space
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Workstations
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Workstation
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Collaborative space
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Corridor
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Corridor
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Corridor