Dmytro Aranchii Architects

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Flagship store of KLO gas station

The project of the store at the flagship gas station complex KLO.

NAME: Flagship store of KLO
WORK NAME: BZH3
LOCATION: Kyiv, Ukraine
AREA: 240m2
DATE: 2020
PROGRAMME: Flagship store of KLO gas station
STATUS: in the realization
ARCHITECTURE: Dmytro Aranchii Architects
TEAM: Dmytro Aranchii, Bohdan Hadzhylov, Victoria Kuzmyna, Vladlena Volhushyna, Anna Sotnyk, Anhelina Hladushevska, Yevhen Kravchenko

The task was to develop a space for a shop, gas station and cafe with self-service. The main task of flagship gas station was to attract the attention of both Kyiv residents and guests of the capital, to be engraved in their memory to increase brand awareness. Strict technical requirements and prescribed processes within the cafe / gas station / shop system set boundaries to the project.

Elements of the ceiling flow along the walls in the shelf. In the centre of the room, there are several weightless levitating “stalactites” hanging from the ceiling. Shelves with goods are placed on them. Other centres of functional zones are crowned with disk lamps. Magnetic lines made of wood form an integral shell of space and all its functional zones. Navigation on the floor helps the visitor to quickly find the desired function and not to get lost.

MakeWaterPureAgain

Once, Pripyat was able to prevent a technogenic disaster of the Dnipro river and, as a result, drinking water for most Ukrainians. Slavutych is a reincarnated Pripyat, bearing the alternative name of the Dnipro itself, which is quite symbolic.

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Ukrainian Pavilion Expo 2015

ukraine pavilion expo 2015 milan

Pavilion prototype for the Milan World Expo 2015 is called to demonstrate benefits of modular construction, flexible computational design methods and the limitless possibilities of artificial stone.

World EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, where, in our opinion, Ukraine has not shown 20 million visitors a worthy attitude to the exhibition served as a background for the pavilion development. Prior to the proposal of a full scale pavilion the reduced prototype with an area of 15 m2 and volume of approximately 30 m3 was designed.

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