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CompanyBetween The Walls
Lead DesignersVictoria Karieva
Design TeamVictoria Karieva, Victoria Savlyak, Andrii Anisimov
Project LocationDilove, Ukraine
Prize(s)Bronze in Landscape Architecture Designs / Tourism, Gold in Residential Architecture Design / Tiny Home, Gold in Hospitality Architecture Design / Tourism, Gold in Building Of The Year / Hospitality
Entry Description

Microhome is a 22m2 home designed for a young couple. It is located in the village of Dilov in Western Ukraine and was inspired by the modernist small architectural forms of the 1950s. The project used marble chips from a closed quarry in the area, which we would like to reopen. The house can be used both for tourists and for migrants who were forced to move because of the war. Many interior elements have transforming functions: a bedroom turns into a living room, a toilet into a shower room.
With this project, we wanted to solve several social problems, using the possibilities of architecture


We are the team of architects and interior designers who create an emotional spatial experience. Each of our projects is an individual story inscribed between the walls.
We have our own approach to design - we believe that space should continue and reveal its inhabitants, convey its interests, style and even character.
Therefore, we do not just arrange the furniture correctly and choose the right color, we create the concept, functionality and mood. What lies between the walls - really matters to us.