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Alex Bazyl Designs


Alex Bazyl Designs

Today's featured designer is Alex Bazyl. Alex Bazyl is the creator of iconic designs such as Dynamic space.

We had the rare opportunity to interview the exalted designer Alex Bazyl who was recently announced as the Designer of the Day by the A' Design Award and Competition. Alex Bazyl is the creator of iconic designs such as Dynamic space. We got exclusive answers to our questions about Alex Bazyl designs and design philosophy.
Alex Bazyl, how did you become a designer?
Alex Bazyl : I started with real projects during my third year of studies at the Academy – projects of private apartments and country houses. After graduating from the Academy of Design and Fine Arts in Kharkiv, I worked on custom furniture projects. I started my own business in 2008. First, this was the Future-O studio. The projects were in a variety of style areas. But the emphasis was on streamlined solutions. In 2015, I decided to start a new design line – dynamic/kinetic design, and set up the Alex Bazyl - Dynamic design studio....
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Alex Bazyl, what are your priorities, technique and style when designing?
Alex Bazyl : I work in my style – dynamic design. My product is a comfortable personal space harmonising my inner and outer world. In the objects, things and interiors that I create, a key component is their impact on the quality of life. Dynamic design allows using space properly when its convex and concave parts play both a decorative and functional role. This allows using space with utmost freedom to add functional shelves and niches for arranging decorative things, books and other accessories.I help a person synchronize one's environment and inner world to create a qualitatively new life. A comfortable environment helps man and society become better. ...
Alex Bazyl, which emotions do you feel when designing?
Alex Bazyl : I feel myself most creative when I create a concept of a future interior or an object. This is the decisive moment. Often this occurs suddenly and I have to catch the idea with a drawn sketch. At times, I am immersed in analysing an object/space, and inspiration comes when everything is in place, and the next phase is the concept itself....
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Alex Bazyl, what particular aspects of your background shaped you as a designer?
Alex Bazyl : Design is a process. The topping of all this is the creative process in itself. Each stage must be a delight and an understanding that the next stage will be a continuation of the process. And when the goal is achieved – this is the idea and the concept realised. I like to make distinguished objects, partitions and wall solutions. With each project, I offer one or several interesting solutions....
Alex Bazyl, what is your growth path? what are your future plans? what is your dream design project?
Alex Bazyl : When a design makes people happy and, at the same time, is environment-friendly – that's an overwhelming success.Make the design nature-friendly, rather than being a hazard. I always say that one has to give something to nature rather than taking from it....
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Alex Bazyl, what are your advice to designers who are at the beginning of their career?
Alex Bazyl : ●When designing a space the key thing is to show the individuality of the room –emphasising its uniqueness. ●The best effect is made by a project that evokes associations. They are often connected with nature. The link of this association with the object itself and for whom the design is made (a person, a family, a company) is also important.●Never do a project for the sake of money. Do a project so that you can be proud of it and add it to your portfolio without any doubt.●While creating a project, you have to feel that everything is going smoothly so that all the puzzles fit into one picture. If something doesn't fit, then it's time to revise the work done and make proper adjustments....
Alex Bazyl, you are truly successful as a designer, what do you suggest to fellow designers, artists and architects?
Alex Bazyl : The basic tool is the skill of drawing by hand – this is what my father taught me. This helps to grasp an inspiration and idea on the spot. Further development requires using Archicad and 3ds max. I also like to make sketches on a work pad. I am inspired by viewing nature documentaries....
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Alex Bazyl, what is your day to day look like?
Alex Bazyl : I'll try to be brief. My morning starts with planning the day. I identify the key objectives and tasks. I start meeting these objectives and as soon as I have completed a task I mark it with a “+”. This keeps me in line and reminds me to stay focused on what's important at the given point of time. I like to listen to music and to look out the window, seeing how the town image changes during the day. I finish working late at night. Actually, this profession doesn't mean working to a fixed schedule. For me, it's life. Sometimes I wake up at night and sketch an idea, or do this while travelling by train. ...
Alex Bazyl, can you tell us more about your company / design studio?
Alex Bazyl : I started with real projects during my third year of studies at the Academy – projects of private apartments and country houses. After graduating from the Academy of Design and Fine Arts in Kharkiv, I worked on custom furniture projects. I started my own business in 2008. First, this was the Future-O studio. The projects were in a variety of style areas. But the emphasis was on streamlined solutions. In 2015, I decided to start a new design line – dynamic/kinetic design, and set up the Alex Bazyl - Dynamic design studio....
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Alex Bazyl, what is "design" for you?
Alex Bazyl : For me, this means interaction of man with the things surrounding him, and with space. Design should be customised – it must be as individual as every person is....

Alex Bazyl, what kinds of works do you like designing most?
Alex Bazyl : Design and creating private interiors and furniture....
Alex Bazyl, what was the first thing you designed for a company?
Alex Bazyl : The wish to realize a drawn idea and a sketch....

Alex Bazyl, what is your favorite material / platform / technology?
Alex Bazyl : I like the plasticity and strength of artificial rock, gypsum or fibrous gypsum....

Alex Bazyl, when do you feel the most creative?
Alex Bazyl : I feel myself most creative when I create a concept of a future interior or an object. This is the decisive moment. Often this occurs suddenly and I have to catch the idea with a drawn sketch. At times, I am immersed in analysing an object/space, and inspiration comes when everything is in place, and the next phase is the concept itself....
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Alex Bazyl, what kind of emotions do you feel when your designs are realised?
Alex Bazyl : This is a knotty question. I feel satisfied that my concept has been realised and I recognise that I want to realise a next one. The outcome is that each new project is better....

Alex Bazyl, how do you think the "design field" is evolving? what is the future of design?
Alex Bazyl : Of course, design came into being since those times when man started procuring food, and tools were needed for this. The future is in utmost unity with nature and in populating outer space....
Alex Bazyl, what are your suggestions to companies for working with a designer? how can companies select a good designer?
Alex Bazyl : When I conceive an idea and develop it, I elaborate the production process at the same time. This approach helps making adjustments in time to keep the idea intact and make its implementation with utmost benefit. I believe that understanding the implementation of a concept is the main answer to the question of how to choose a good designer....
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Alex Bazyl, from your perspective, what would you say are some positives and negatives of being a designer?
Alex Bazyl : The positive thing in design is that you can look into the future and come up with something that no one has done earlier. I am also excited with the process of realisation when I feel that the idea is being materialised in front of your eyes.
I try to pay no attention to the negative sides, but sometimes they are linked to the project budget. Good ideas often cost more than run-of-the-mill ones, and not all people are willing to pay for this. This is why one has to do something interesting and cost-effective....
Alex Bazyl, what skills are most important for a designer?
Alex Bazyl : Creativity, learning new technologies, and practice....

Alex Bazyl, designing can sometimes be a really time consuming task, how do you manage your time?
Alex Bazyl : I work out a project schedule and do my best to meet all the milestones. I also set plans for each day....
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Alex Bazyl, how long does it take to design an object from beginning to end?
Alex Bazyl : It depends. Projects can be fast-paced ones, though they can be drawn-out ones as well. On the average, a project goes for four to six months....

Alex Bazyl, what was your most important job experience?
Alex Bazyl : If a project has an innovative solution or a technique that I have never used, then for me this is a significant experience because I strive to think through the solution for its proper implementation. Among my latest works, this is the “Blue Lotus” relief gypsum wall....
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Alex Bazyl, who are some of your clients?
Alex Bazyl : Mainly they are private customers for whom I have designed their personal space....
Alex Bazyl, what type of design work do you enjoy the most and why?

Alex Bazyl : I have a big liking to making drawings and for the sheets to be attractive, and to deliver presentations of ideas. When I calculate all the dimensions and everything fits – then this is the biggest pleasure. At the start of the project, I like to make sketches by hand. They are like peculiar impulses of ideas whirling in my mind, and I want to draw them as fast as possible....
Alex Bazyl, any other things you would like to cover that have not been covered in these questions?
Alex Bazyl : I guess that one interview cannot cover all the issues. The questions posed are sufficient for talking about my design work....

Alex Bazyl, thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you... To learn more about Alex Bazyl and check more designs by Alex Bazyl as well as to see more Alex Bazyl designs such as Dynamic space visit designeroftheday.com/?164909
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We hope you enjoyed our interview of Alex Bazyl. This interview was made possible by the contributions of A' Design Award and Competition - The World's largest and most influential design accolade. A' Design Award is an annual, international design award open to both concept stage and realized works by designers, artists, architects and brands worldwide. A' Design Award and Competition aims to create a public awareness and understanding of good design by promoting the best designers such as Alex Bazyl and their design works worldwide. Visit designaward.com to learn more.
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https://competition.adesignaward.com/designer.php?profile=164909 https://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=49113

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