Bare feet move across the floor without making a sound, the noises muted by the thick layer of sawdust that cover the herribone patterned wooden floor. Strewn across the floor lies tools of all shapes and sizes.
Mykhalio stops for a minute, checking the levels of the piece of wood he's about to cut. Moments later he turns on the electrical saw, steadying the wood with his bare foot.
When the space is finished, it will house musical events, spiritual practices and master-classes. In general, the lectures will be linked to the perception of interacting with nature harmonically, without exhausting Earth's resources.
"What we want to do is rearrange harmony. Now we see the disharmony, we face it, we feel it. It's all linked to sustainable lifestyle because wars and aggression are related to the emotional and spiritual state of a person. We aim to develop it as well," says Khrystia.