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Youri Kravchenko

Lecturer, Interior Architecture Department, HEAD

Yuri Kravchenko is a graduate from the École Polytechnique de Lausanne, where he received several distinctions. Since 2012, he has designed construction projects, transformations, decoration, stage design, conceptualization and manufacture of new furniture and objects in Switzerland and abroad. Youri, nostalgic but also pragmatic, influenced by the narrative and theatricality that spaces can communicate, combines (or outlines) contemporary minimalism with more sophisticated atmospheric environments. In this sense, he constantly seeks coherence in the irrational, and functionality in a good story.