| INK restaurant | by Sergey Makhno |


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Glass, concrete, wood mixed with LED lighting, designer elements, bright textile fragments and spots of deliberately spilt ink make up the interior design of a trendy Kyiv­based venue. Both in its cuisine and decor, INK restaurant is a place where East meets West. The restaurant has four rooms, each with its specific role and peculiar design. The first of the two main areas is distinguished by cascades of three­litre jars adapted to serve as light fixtures, makeshift screens made of twigs, huge false windows with installed LED lamps and a collection of ink glasses. The other one can boast its own bar. Here the eccentric lamps are joined by another, no less ambitious, series of Sergey Makhno fixtures — this time made of basins. The third and fourth halls are VIP ones, perfect for a banquet or an intimate dinner. One of the areas stuns with a burst of colours, vibrant textile elements and a collection of Oriental ceramics nestled in wooden niches. The other one is laconic, defined by retro combinations typical of the 1970s (the current ‘it’ trend), where concrete and warm wood are splashed with grey, white and reddish hues. In all of the rooms, you will find black­and­white photos ruined intentionally with spilt ink. Tableware is not to be ignored either. Here food is served on glass or wooden boards, designed by Sergiy ­Makhno as well.

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Total area: 315 sq.m.

Location: Kiev

Project status: completed 2012

Photo: Andrey Avdeenko

refference:

mahno.com.ua

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