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Osnovy Publishing was founded by Bohdan Krawchenko and Solomiya Pavlychko in Kyiv in 1992. Over the past twenty years, Osnovy published over three hundred titles. Today, Osnovy makes books with unique content and design, conceived and created by Ukrainian authors, designers and illustrators. From beautifully crafted coffee table books to a range of children’s books and fun travel guides.

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How can it be possible to admire a “concrete castle”? What is hidden behind the “cold-hearted” appearance of brutalist structures?...

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