Location: Kiev, Ukraine
Project Year: 2016
Area: 88 m2

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Project Office P designed by Kiev-based architect Emil Dervish for IT company.

Over the past few seasons, pink has established itself as an increasingly popular and very useful shade in spite of design disciplines. Office P demonstrates functional use of pink color in a spatial environment, and what astonishes us is the fact that we don’t find it unpleasant.

In this case, the peachy color is the key redeeming feature of an 88 square-meter (950 square-foot) office space in Kiev, Ukraine.

Dervish has managed to keep color in a good balance with a gray concrete color and sharp black furniture. Round accents are absolutely relevant in a ceiling, table lamps, side tables and few chairs.

The pink office design is perceived as an open space, in spite by the glass partition of the meeting room that does not block the penetration of natural light into all corners of the room. Accent element of the project is the bathroom, or rather its color. And I think it’s a great idea for mind refreshing during work breaks.

We would describe the overall taste, causing the project, as the calm and airy. Although the pink color completely fills the project from the ceiling to the floor and even on the exposed air conditioning system, it still leaves us wanting more.

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