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DZHUS X PAVEL VETROV

DZHUS X PAVEL VETROV

 Matt black metal, gabon ebony Alpi wood veneer, 3 wooden panels with Alpi wood veneer, graphite concrete stand, felt.  SIZE: 60 x 170 x 30 cm PROVENANCE: Kyiv, Ukraine  PRODUCTION: Wood veneer by ALPI Metal and wood parts by ENRAN Concrete stand by ARCHIMADE

Matt black metal, gabon ebony Alpi wood veneer, 3 wooden panels with Alpi wood veneer, graphite concrete stand, felt.

SIZE: 60 x 170 x 30 cm
PROVENANCE: Kyiv, Ukraine

PRODUCTION:
Wood veneer by ALPI
Metal and wood parts by ENRAN
Concrete stand by ARCHIMADE

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 DZHUS: The design is based on stern linear rhythm. The composition is focused on unveiled structure, avoiding decorative details. The surly monochrome of the screen accentuates the graphics of its shape and silhouette. The choice of materials pays honour to industrial textures as the constant source of inspiration for DZHUS.

DZHUS:
The design is based on stern linear rhythm. The composition
is focused on unveiled structure, avoiding decorative details. The surly monochrome of the screen accentuates the graphics of its shape and silhouette. The choice of materials pays honour to industrial textures as the constant source of inspiration for DZHUS.

 PAVEL VETROV: The industrial leitmotif of the screen goes in line with the austere and exaggeratedly utilitarian aesthetics of DZHUS. Strict straight lines, felt and wood embraced in metal, graphite concrete - these industrial textures give our design a laconic touch.

PAVEL VETROV:
The industrial leitmotif of the screen goes in line with the austere and exaggeratedly utilitarian aesthetics of DZHUS. Strict straight lines, felt and wood embraced in metal, graphite concrete - these industrial textures give our design a laconic touch.

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COLLABORATION STORY

COLLABORATION STORY

“The design is based on stern linear rhythm. It is focused on unveiled structure and avoids decorative details.” — I. DZHUS

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CREATORS' AESTHETICS

CREATORS' AESTHETICS

The utilitarian leitmotif of designer Irina Dzhus’ experimental cut derives from the monumental heritage of the totalitarian epoch: industrial objects, architecture of constructivism and brutalism.

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