How to transform the old into the new? Ukrainian came up with a unique idea

Studio A83 once again proved that old technology can be creatively transformed into something new.

Congratulations on the Day of Defenders and Defenders of Ukraine! For the holiday, we want to tell a story about Ukrainians who are not afraid to embody the most daring ideas: to give old civil and military aircraft a second life, turning them into things that will surround people in everyday life.

Imagine, you walk into a room, and there is an airplane wing! And this is not a joke, but your desk! Or you are going to negotiations in the cabin of a passenger liner standing right in the middle of the office. А83 is the only studio in Ukraine that manufactures furniture from aircraft hulls and parts. Its founder, Andrei Sukhin, studied to be an aviation engineer, served in the missile forces. However, life turned out in such a way that for a long time he worked at enterprises of a different profile. But the love for the sky and airplanes turned out to be stronger.

Andrei says that finding old planes is not easy, because the airline needs to write them off. “Usually only the body remains of the aircraft, and the devices and furniture that can still serve on the other side are removed. All this is dismantled very quickly, so you need to keep track of where and what is happening in the aviation industry. Old aircraft are also sold at open auctions,” says the founder of the studio.

Most of the ideas for making unusual decor elements Andrei Sukhin comes up with himself. There are plenty of creative solutions: tables and coffee tables made of engines and their fairings, wings and aircraft doors, there are even lamps made of real rockets. In front of the workshop lies the bow of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9. Andrey says that the plane will be turned into a conference room and put right in the office of one of the IT companies.

While we were talking, one of the craftsmen was making a chandelier from the bow of the ship. He peeled off the coating and sanded the part. Usually, grinders, polishing and eccentric grinders, reciprocating saws are used in the A83. We invited the masters to test new battery and network equipment Dnipro-M.

“All the tools did the job for which they were created well, did not overheat, it was convenient to hold the equipment in hands, – Andrey shares his observations. – We used network models inside the workshop.

“An airplane is always history,” Andrey is convinced. “The history of the pilot, the personnel who worked with the aircraft, hundreds of flights. We always save the tail number, model, company name and add them to all work, so that the person who will receive our product, could find on the Internet and read a lot of interesting things about the ship. Just imagine, you are drinking coffee at a table that has flown 40-50 thousand hours! “

Time to turn old into new

Studio A83 once again proved that old technology can be creatively transformed into something new. Dnipro-M also offers not to keep old equipment (working or broken household appliances, hand tools), but to bring it to the salon of craftsmanship and get a 20% discount on the purchase of new power tools (except for promotional offers). The promotion is valid until October 17 inclusive.


How to turn the old into the new? The Ukrainian came up with a unique idea

Congratulations on the Day of Defenders of Ukraine! For the holiday, we want to tell a story about Ukrainians who are not afraid to implement the boldest ideas: to give old civilian and military planes a second life, turning them into things that will surround people in everyday life.

Imagine you go into a room with an airplane wing! And this is not a joke, but your desk! Or you are going for business talks in the cabin of a passenger liner, which stands right in the middle of the office. A83 is the only studio in Ukraine that manufactures furniture from hulls and aircraft parts. Its founder Andriy Sukhin studied to be an aeronautical engineer and served in the missile forces. However, life turned out so that for a long time he worked at enterprises of another profile. But the love for the sky and planes was stronger.

Andriy says that finding old planes is not easy, because the airline needs to write them off and dispose of them. “Usually, only the fuselage remains from the plane, and the devices and furniture that can still be used on the other board are removed. All this is disassembled very quickly, so you need to keep track of where and what is happening in the aviation industry. Old planes are also sold at open auctions.” says the founder of the studio.

Andriy Sukhin comes up with most of the ideas for making unusual decor elements himself. There is no shortage of creative solutions: tables and coffee tables made of engines and their fairings, wings and doors of the plane, there are even lamps made of real rockets. In the yard in front of the workshop is the bow of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9. Andriy says that the plane will be a conference hall and will stand directly in the office of one of the IT companies.

While we were talking, one of the masters made a chandelier from the bow of the ship. He removed the coating and sanded the part. Usually A83 uses Bulgarians, polishing and eccentric grinders, saber saws. We offered the masters to try out the new Dnipro-M battery and network equipment.

“All the tools did a good job for which they were created, they did not overheat, it was convenient to hold the equipment in your hands,” Andriy shares his observations. – We used network models inside the workshop. It was convenient to work with batteries in hard-to-reach places of the fuselage. The batteries lasted for a long time. “

“The plane is always history,” Andriy is convinced. – The history of the pilot, the staff who worked with the plane, hundreds of flights. We always keep the board number, model, company name and add them to all works so that the person who receives our product can find on the Internet and read a lot of interesting things about the ship. Just imagine, you are drinking coffee at a table that has flown 40-50 thousand hours! ”

It’s time to turn the old into the new

Studio A83 has once again proved that old technology can be creatively transformed into something new. Dnipro-M also offers not to keep old equipment (working or broken appliances, hand tools), but to bring it to the salon and get a 20% discount on the purchase of new power tools (except promotional offers). The promotion is valid until October 17 inclusive.

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