“The upland pasture! Ivan was finally standing in the high, grasscovered meadow. A sea of stormy mountains surrounded him in a wide circle, and the endless blue ramparts seemed to be advancing toward him, ready to fall at his feet. A wind as biting as a honed hatchet struck at his chest. His breath flowed into one with the breath of the mountains, and pride overwhelmed him. He wanted to shout at the top of his lungs so that the echo would roll to the horizon and shake the sea of peaks, but he sensed suddenly that in these spaces his voice would be as insignificant as a mosquito’s buzz. He had to hurry.“ – Shadows of forgotten ancestors, Mykhailo Kotsiubynsky
Pavilion for Ivan Honchar Museum
The main challenge of the project is to make the modern one preserving the traditional architectural identity. The project’s objectives are flexible program and mobility. The flexibility of the program makes it possible to propose new ways to combine a variety of functions: work, study, consume, cultivate, entertain and share Mobility construction is carried prefabricated wooden structures.