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Repair without a designer: 22 exclusive examples - etk-fashion.com

What happens when a repair is takennon-professionals? Today etk-fashion.com decided to publish humorous alphabetic pictures, selected by the architect Dmitry Sivak on this topic. Well, as they say, it's better to see once ... Dmitry told us the story of his becoming in the design field. This story seemed very interesting to us, so we decided to publish it entirely. - It all started in the summer in Odessa, in 2010, right awayafter receiving the diploma. Having worked in several companies, I realized that I strongly disagree with the approach to work and the vision of architecture of the local directors. Classics reigned everywhere: both in the facades and in the interiors. And the directors made concessions to any wishes of the customer. Nobody cares what happens. For some time I was looking for companions - those who would think in the same direction as me. As it turns out, many architects and designers are extremely vain, and not all are ready for teamwork. Your name under the project is sometimes more important than joint efforts to achieve a good result. The post-crisis time and the absence of parents-architects at first made the work very difficult: there were few orders. In addition, Odessa is not Moscow, there was always less work here. Still, giving up was pointless, because I was. A year and a half ago, after several unsuccessfularchitectural "tandems", I finally found a like-minded person. After that our joint business began to go uphill. Our new studio will soon be a year old. But now we already have projects in several countries, and simultaneously. And the team that has grown to ten people is loaded with work. In five years, I saw how a huge numberpeople who spent up to six years gave up in the first year of the crisis. Many have gone into various related areas. But not me. In architecture and design, only those who really want to do this remain. However, there are still many wolves in sheep's clothing. But this is not what we are talking about now. Dmitry Sivak, architect Well, now the long-awaited pictures.

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