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Grape minimalism

Grape minimalism

The walls of a tiny arch in one of Lutsk's streets hide a Cafe.

Brick frames from the surrounding buildings are drowning in overgrown vines in summer, and in winter are buried in snow, and that reminds me of Kryyivka.

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Optimally selected lines multiplied by the monochrome space provides a sense calmness and ease. Surrounded by the spectrum of black-and-white colors, a yellow stripe appears simple and somewhat aesthetic from the chairs. The overall atmosphere of the establishment gives a "natural feeling" and so much needed space. White walls and ceiling, grayish floor and long windows can build in the visitor’s mind, a monk’s room, where he falls asleep while reading late at night, but at the same time well-defined modern touch presented by the XXI century. The simplicity and purity of the overall picture emphasize its delicacy.

The minimalism of the interior provides a great opportunity to use the place for exhibiting works of artists. In particular, the cafe hosted exhibitions of Kostia Mazuryk, Andrew Kalkov, and Vadym Pavlosyuk.

It’s a perfect place for those who like to sit with a cup coffee or tea and a good book, while being surrounded by works of art.

 

* One of Lutsk's streets – Lesya Ukrainka Str, 49.

* a Cafe - "Vynograd" (“Grapes”).

Photos: Internet-page of "Vynograd" on facebook.

 


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