I, designer Alex Bazyl, use dynamic design to create an environment that adapts to man's changing needs.
In childhood, I liked playdough to make any forms (different cars, chairs, small men and even a volcano with streaming water) and to draw comics. Studying bio forms started on the second year at the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Fine Arts at practicals on composition. The first significant architectural model was an awning in a park in the form of a big streamlined sheet. At my third year of studies, I went into ceramics and mastered the potter's wheel. I liked to work with the material and make round spatial objects. Along with my studies, I executed a first project of an apartment with a concept of rounded forms and ceilings. I designed furniture with rounded forms and mastered woodworking plasticity. The next step was creating the Future-O design studio. In the projects, I offered curvilinear solutions, streamlined spaces, though more geometrically strict solutions were also suggested.
Dynamic design enables using space properly, where its convex and concave parts play not only a decorative role but a functional one as well. This enables using space to the utmost by adding functional shelves and niches for arranging decorative elements, books and other accessories.
In my work, I use personalization, self-education and eco-design trends. Understanding client's feelings and an analysis of the environment enables finding solutions that reflect the person's character. My interior design swings the layout to an unusual angle and finds approaches that can turn standard solutions upside down. Besides, in my interior design, I use medical studies that confirm the environmental impact on man's health.