On March 1st, Intergal-Bud, in partnership with PRAGMATIKA.MEDIA, brought together Ukrainian architects and designers in the client space of INTERGAL CITY complex to present the concept of interior design solutions. Ukrainian studio Sivak+Partners is the author of the design project.
INTERGAL CITY is a flagship project of Intergal-Bud, so we are particular about each component of the complex, including architectural, engineering and design solutions. To create the concept of interior design, we involved colleagues from leading design studios, held a competition and chose the best design. In our opinion the best one is the futuristic design developed by Sivak+Partners. During the presentation, we explained why we opted for this concept, how it changed in the process, what modern trends were applied. “After all, premium-class projects mean the use of state-of-the-art technologies at every stage of design and construction, which will remain relevant for a long time”, commented Oleksandr Matiukha, Head of Intergal-Bud Design Department.
The event also included a panel discussion “In search of black. What to expect from the interior design of public spaces in 2021”, moderated by the editor-in-chief of PRAGMATIKA.MEDIA Kostiantyn Kovshevatskyi. Oleksandr Matiukha (Head of Intergal-Bud Design Department), Dmytro Sivak (founder of the Sivak+Partners design studio), Maksym Yuriychuk (partner and leading designer of Sivak+Partners design studio) participated in the discussion. Leading Ukrainian designers and architects also joined the event, namely, Victoria Aliokhina (founder and lead architect of Aliokhina Architects), Denis Rakaev (founder of DENRAKAEV/DLYA ZEMLYAN Studio), Ihor Martin (head and designer architect of Martin’s Studio). The speakers shared their vision of public space functions and forms, outlined a person as the main "protagonist" of such a space, identified trends in interior design - some of them have already lost their relevance, others are now becoming popular. Discussion of the main trends in effective and comfortable public spaces formation for the next few years was accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine.
Anna Laievska, Commercial Director of Intergal-Bud, assured that holding such events on the territory of INTERGAL CITY will become a good tradition. In the future it is planned to place art objects, hold exhibitions, meetings and performances, which will have a significant impact on the development of artistic potential not only in the capital region, but also in the whole country.