Shkrub房子是一個項目的Sergey Makhno建筑師,謝爾蓋Makhno自己的家庭。位于郊區的一個村莊Kozyn基輔,烏克蘭,回家的不尋常的措施在370平方米。就是在這里Sergey Makhno建筑之旅開始超過15年前,之前他選擇住在這里。新房子的設計是從兩個不同的美學,是一個現代烏克蘭風格源自古老的傳統,和第二個日本哲學侘寂發現美麗和不完美和諧。一個現代化的茅草屋頂懸巖木制板條在墻外,建筑性格,雖然沒有比較內…
The Shkrub House is a project by Sergey Makhno Architects, for the family of Sergey Makhno himself. Located in Kozyn, a village in the suburbs of Kyiv, Ukraine, the unusual home measures in at 370 square metres. It was here that Sergey Makhno began his architectural journey more than 15 years ago, before he chose to live here. The new house design is evolved from two distinct aesthetics, one being a contemporary Ukrainian style sprung from old traditions, and the second being the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi that finds beauty and harmony in imperfection. A modernised take on a thatched roof overhangs wooden wall slats across the exterior, building character, though nothing compares to what lies within…
1 |謝爾蓋Makhno旅程上反映他家設計:“多虧了日本,我學會了愛烏克蘭。當我第一次去日本,看到他們如何欣賞他們的遺產,我明白烏克蘭文化極為豐富,但是我們很少率高。日本給我回到我的國家。它打開了我的眼睛,最重要的是,我的心我總是讓我的財富家園。即使我想做日本設計它不會工作。因為我在烏克蘭。我創建了烏克蘭設計通過鏡頭的日本美”的看法。一個雕塑人物,“雨”Nazar Bilyk,迷惘地望著家里,保衛我們的家庭。
Sergey Makhno reflects on the journey of his home design: “Thanks to Japan, I learned to love Ukraine. When I went to Japan for the first time and saw how they appreciate their heritage, I understood that Ukrainian culture is extremely rich but we rarely rate it highly. Japan has given my country back to me. It has opened my eyes and, most importantly, my heart to the wealth I have always had–my homeland. Even if I wanted to do Japanese design–it would not work. Because I’m Ukrainian. I create Ukrainian design transmitted through the lens of Japanese perception of beautiful”. A sculptural figure, “Rain” by Nazar Bilyk, gazes up at the family home, guarding the family.
A Zen garden springs up around the modern exterior. Much of the garden flourished without human hand, growing on wasteland around the site over the course of a few months–apt to the Japanese belief that the stone itself must choose where to lie. The natural habitat drew in squirrels and nightingales to live amongst it. An awesome window breaks the interior open to the outside.
3 |家是幾乎完全包圍一個極簡主義者混凝土外殼。它有兩個入口,一個從正面和另一個家庭的院子已經愛上了。進入家庭通過庭院散步你過去的一個有吸引力的平臺,與設計師燈由Sergey Makhno照亮。
The home is almost completely surrounded by a minimalist concrete enclosure. It has two entrances, one from the façade and another from the courtyard that the family have fallen in love with. Entering the home via the courtyard walks you past an attractive terrace that is illuminated with designer lamps created by Sergey Makhno.
A stone path enters the garden gallery through Japanese maples and cherry trees.
Thatching and wood are architectural materials traditional in both Ukrainian and Japanese cultures, and so became a fitting choice for this melded design.
Japanese zen gardens characterise each corner of the site.
250 Tons of stones, and several perspectives shape the garden.
A giant rockery provokes layered foliage.
Majestic garden statues and traditional Ukrainian zoomorphic pottery is viewed amongst fragrant conifer and freshly mown herbs.
A stone doorstep continues the Zen garden theme. （Disclaimer: this website part by users to upload, such as the holder of the misrepresentation found his works, please contact the site.）