YoDezeen Opts for Sleek Aesthetics in Kiev ReFuture Clinic

FIRM YoDezeen
SQ. FT. 2,900 SQF

Medical facilities must be sterile, but that doesn’t mean their design needs to be. Case in point: the ReFuture Clinic in Kiev, Ukraine, a 2,900-square-foot esthetic clinic with interiors by locally-based YoDezeen.

“We were inspired by new technologies both in architecture and in medicine,” says Artem Zverev, YoDezeen’s CEO and chief architect of the project. A green wall in reception replaces the standard pile of thumbed-over magazines, and Nazar Bilyk’s “Rain” sculpture nearby offers further soothing. 

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A Cameron pendant hangs above the stainless-steel reception desk. Photography courtesy of Andrii Shurpenkov.

The refined palette is focused on travertine, which the team of more than 40 contractors not only used for a bold staircase concealed within tinted glass, but also to camouflage rows of filing drawers behind the custom stainless-steel desk. Travertine floors create an elegant stage for the clinic’s state-of-the-art medical devices, which ReFuture is eager to introduce to Kiev’s populace in the comfort of meeting rooms that eschew hospital white-on-white for hospitality-inspired luxury.

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The balustrades are tinted, tempered glass. Photography courtesy of Andrii Shurpenkov.
Poltrona Frau chairs assemble around an Elio + Plan B table, beneath pendants by Laura Meroni, in the first floor’s meeting room. Photography courtesy of Andrii Shurpenkov.
A Galotti & Radice chandelier hangs above the travertine staircase. Photography courtesy of Andrii Shurpenkov.
The first floor’s waiting area includes Minotti chairs and a table by Galotti & Radice. Photography courtesy of Andrii Shurpenkov.

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