Fluid shapes in Sergey Makhnos’ home

Posted By Gudy Herder / November 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

If you observe 3D renderings made during the past 8 months, you’ll find a few common trend features: clouds, water, fantasy landscapes, and more than anything, fluid forms. In moments of uncertainty, we feel drawn to the familiar, which are organic fluid shapes seen in nature over and over again. Fluid shapes in Sergey Makhnos’ home reminds us how good it feels to see a home that is filled with a very personal style and taste and can not be classified under any term such as minimal or maximal, classic or contemporary, refined or raw. There is a bit of everything in here, and that’s what makes is special.The cloud lamps, earthware, rug, and firelight all respond to the innate attraction we feel towards curvy forms to give us comfort.

How to combine an emotional and austere design approach at the same time?

 

A thick thatched roof covers the top of his house – a raw and primitive feel supported by authentic earthenware collected and stocked until the ceiling. Weathered wood is combined with tailor-made upholstered furniture from the living to the bedrooms.

Beautiful XL ceramic tiles, again coming in fluid shapes adorn the walls and represent tactility at its very best in every single room. The house – named Shkrub after an affectionate term used by Makhno and his wife for the structure – is located in Kozin, south of Kiev.

 

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

Fluid-shapes-in Sergey-Makhnos'-home

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