Kyiv National University of Technology and Design
The leading idea was the creation of a co-working space that harmoniously connects with nature and does not harm it in any way. more
David C. NSIBULA
My architecture is focused on the detail, cultural and identity dimensions of any architectural… more
The student clearly explained the intentions of the project. I think that instead of designing the project as a coworking space, the name multifunctional space is appropriate. The question then arises on how to manage all these functions in a single surface. The ambition to include the project in the ecological register by bringing the natural elements inwards is commendable. Of course there will be major logistical challenges, but it is still doable.
The leading idea was the creation of a co-working space that harmoniously connects with nature and does not harm it in any way.
The object of the project is planned to be used as an ecological coworking space with the possibility of hosting various events. Users will have the opportunity to come to the coworking space, sign a rental agreement for a workstation or a meeting room for the desired time. If desired, they can also use the available computers, Starlink wireless internet, and other necessary equipment. Additionally, the coworking space will have designated workstations without computers so that some clients can use their own laptops if needed. To accommodate lectures and other events, a small conference room will be set up, and small meeting rooms will also be arranged. The premises will include a recreational area where people can play board games or simply socialize, a café, and a kitchen where individuals can heat up their meals.
The area of the premises is 427.05 square meters. The building itself was constructed in the 1970s-1980s and features a constructivist architectural style.