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kint believes in the power of creative collaborations: design - function - object. Our mission is to popularize Ukrainian object design. Behind each brand product stands an author who embodies the modern Ukrainian design code. We are always open to collaboration and constantly searching for new unique designs

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Maxim Kulik

Ukrainian designer and the founder of the kint brand

Almost my entire life has been intertwined with the furniture business. From a young age, I assisted my father in his workshop, where he was renowned as the best carpenter in my hometown of Novovolynsk (Volyn region).

Subsequently, I pursued studies at a construction and architecture university, and upon graduating, I realized my passion for further development in object design. In 2020, I decided to establish my own brand with a core principle: furniture should be created by a designer, and kint should bring all ideas to life and offer them to the consumer.

For me, the most essential value is people. I firmly believe teamwork and dedication to one's work are paramount in both business and life. kint products are the outcome of collaborative efforts, and with the contribution of each member of our team, unique furniture with added meanings is born. Our customers sense this energy. For the sake of such a feeling, we engage in this fascinating business, never content with our achievements, and actively propel forward, embracing new challenges.

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Rostyslav Sorokovy

Ukrainian interior and industrial designer and the founder and creative director of the Lviv design studio MUDU. With over seven years of experience in design, Rostyslav has achieved recognition by winning numerous design competitions, including the Industart Design Award 2019, The Very Best of Ukrainian Design 2020, and the International Lighting Design Competition 2022. Additionally, he has participated in European exhibitions such as Maison&Objet 2021, Paris Design Week 2021, and Barcelona Design Week 2022.

"I prefer clean and aesthetic design, focusing on simplification and spontaneity. My work's main principles are simplicity, utility, and emotionality, which I aim to convey through design."

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Vladyslav Tolochko

Ukrainian architect, interior, and industrial designer, as well as the founder of the ITS design bureau. Vladyslav is the author of numerous furniture and decor collections for both Ukrainian and European brands. He holds the title of the "Interior of the Year" award winner (2019) and has been nominated for various competitions and awards in design.

"Creativity is more than just a job; it's a business that I live through, a means by which I convey my emotions, thoughts, and experiences. With each object I create, I fully immerse myself in a rich life, dedicating myself entirely to the creation process and exploring forms, lines, and proportions. My objective is to alter the way we perceive the world around us. I firmly believe that we are defined by what surrounds us."

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Dmytro Kozinenko

Ukrainian interior and industrial designer. He initiated his career as a graphic artist. Since 2012, he has transitioned into interior and object design, actively delving into 3D modeling and cultivating an interest in furniture design. Today, prominent domestic and international manufacturers, including Roche Bobois and Durame, bring his works to life.

Dmytro has earned numerous awards in Ukrainian and international object design competitions. Additionally, he has frequently participated in leading global exhibitions such as Salone del Mobile in Milan, Maison&Objet in Paris, Vienna Design Week in Vienna, Barcelona Design Week in Barcelona, and many others.

"Design should not necessarily simplify the world, but rather, it should make it more interesting..."

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Max Voytenko

Ukrainian architect, interior designer, and the creative director of the kint brand. Since 2013, he has expanded his expertise into industrial design and collaborates with various domestic and foreign brands, including Roche Bobois and Adrenalina. Max participates in numerous global profile exhibitions, including Salone del Mobile, Maison&Objet, Barcelona Design Week, and Dutch Design Week.

"The design should be aesthetic, simple, understandable, and, if possible, have an additional practical function."

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Dmytro Kozachyshyn

Ukrainian designer and a graduate of the Lviv National Academy of Arts with a major in furniture design. Dmytro has gained extensive experience through years of employment in prominent companies in Ukraine, including the Mirt furniture factory. He has also worked internationally, in the UAE (Dubai) and Poland, focusing primarily on creating furniture in a classical style. Dmytro is dedicated to creative pursuits and is actively involved in modern furniture design.

«Interior design is not just arranging space, but also creating an atmosphere that breathes life into every corner of your home»

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Andriy Karmazenko

Ukrainian industrial designer who was professionally trained as an engineer and a Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture graduate. Since the inception of kint, Andriy has aided the team with product prototyping and exploring innovative production technologies and design solutions. He loves working with metal and enjoys experimenting with novel methods for crafting interior objects from it.

The core principles that Andriy adheres to in his work include reliability, durability, functionality, and the aesthetics of the objects he creates.

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