Sergey Makhno has created an outstanding home for his family in Ukraine that brilliantly blends traditional Japanese wabi-sabi with Ukrainian clay building techniques. The results are amazing.
Sergey Makhno graduated from Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture and from Academic School of Design in Moscow. In 2003, intuitively understanding that future lies in design, he founded Sergey Makhno’s workshop.
Now, Sergey Makhno creates collections of unique objects, successfully builds houses, hotels and cottage towns, implements interior spaces for apartments, restaurants, offices and boutiques with his personally designed furniture and décor elements, and engages in social projects. The main directions for Makhno Architects are contemporary minimalism, eclecticism, and loft styles.
He says, “I AM SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL AND CREATIVE PEOPLE. EVERY DAY MY DREAMS COME TRUE AND I AM ONE STEP CLOSER TO KNOWING MYSELF BETTER. A WORLD WHERE MAN LIVES IN HARMONY WITH HIS SOUL WHILE CREATING STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART. THIS IS MY DESIGN. I’M THANKFUL TO THE HIGHER POWERS THAT GAVE ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE EVERY DAY, GETTING IN RETURN A COLOSSAL ENERGY FROM IT. I HOPE THAT WHEN YOU SEE MY WORK, SOME OF THIS ENERGY WILL BE PASSED ON TO YOU BECAUSE ALL OF US ARE CREATORS, DESIGNERS, AND ARCHITECTS OF OUR LIVES NO MATTER WHAT WE DO.”