Monday, September 10, 2012

Travelling Mind

It wouldn't be so bad to start our week with a cup of coffee at a c.a.f.e. in Kharkov, Ukraine designed by Drozdov and Partner
"Historically, this place has always represented a gap in the urban tissue, which makes it even more valuable. Our aim was to retain this presence of emptiness, but at the same time provide it with a new content, preserving the existing building and trees. To this end we made use of the typology of “urban rooms” or “inner courtyards” to create a variety of miscellaneous, though interconnected spaces."
Light-weight perforated structures allow for visual connection with the surrounding space and guests can enjoy outdoor activities such as fashion parades or summer cinema. 
Enjoy.
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