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Faces of British design: modern trends and traditions
In October 2016 Anastasia Muravyeva was invited as a speaker to XXIV International architectural festival «Zodchestvo’16» with her lecture about modern British design. She spoke about the key trends and the outstanding British designers of today. There was also a brief historical review, and the lecture was illustrated by the photos of modern and historical English interiors.
Lectures by Anastasia Muravyeva in The Fashion Museum
Anastasia Muravyeva was invited by lectorium "The Feeling of My House"to present the number of lectures about design at the Fasion Museum in Gostiny Dvor. The lectures are curated by Masha Shakhova, the author and producer of Fazenda TV show on Furts Channel. In april there was first lecture dedicated to interior design trends represented at ISaloni 2016 in Milan.
The project for the "Fazenda" TV show
"The Dutch kitchen for the mother of a large family" is the project by Anastasia Muravyeva, interior designer and decorator. It was represented at "Fazenda" TV show on Channel One, Russia. The episode is available on the official website of the channel. Find the description of the project and more photos on “Fazenda”’s official website.
Anastasia Muravyeva received the international prize “Best Of Houzz 2016” at the “Client service” category
The prize was founded by Houzz, the biggest worldwide online platform about house remodeling and interior design. 35 million Houzz users picked the best professionals in January 2016. Best of Houzz is a special quality label in the area of interior design and repair. Every winner got his Best Of Houzz 2016 virtual badge, which is a significant mark for those who look for the specialists (architects, constructors, interior designers).
Big kitchen, decorative fireplace, boudoir: apartment with a French touch in Moscow
Could a classic interior be bright, light and up-to-date? How to combine elegant forms and bright colors perfectly? Discover an example – interior of a three-room apartment in Moscow by interior designer Anastasia Muravyeva published by the popular on-line magazine Roomble.com
"Landscares and still-lives"- an on-line exhibition at "73-street"art gallery
Anastasia Muravyeva won an award at the competition held by Art gallery 73rd street at the Flacon design factory. There were more than 200 different pieces of art represented for the competition. The gallery selected 50 unique photographs and paintings made by nine artists for the exhibition. The results were summed up according to the visitors votes. Muravyeva won a virtual exhibition to be set by the gallery as a prize. View here.
Light, bright and elegant
This is the way our new classical project is designed for a 3-room apartment in Moscow. Read more in the porular on-line magazine Roomble.com.
Our new project: elegant neo-classical style
This neo-classical interior was published by Ïnteriors The Best"magazine (#3). The kitchen of this apartment is included in the special issue of "Ÿour Home Ideas" (#5, December 2014). Go to Media for details.
Our new project at roomble.com
We are glad to present the article about our new project in a classic style. It is published at roomble.com, the popular online magazine about interior design. Read here.
Project of the week on InMyRoom
Find below our new work published as a Project of the week by the popular interior web journal InMyRoom. Read more here.
There are lots of things which can become sources of inspiration, such as trips, walks outside, visits to museums and exhibitions, and, of course, novelties and trends of modern design.
New blogposts: “Ten interior design books, which..."
"The end of the sentence is supposed to be "changed the world" or "you have to read" or something like that. However, these wonderful books are just standing on my bookshelf. I read some of them over and over again, so my decision is to share my reading list with you. Hope you will find it useful. Find the list of favorite books of the interior decorator on the blog.
What inspires to create an art deco interior?
Art deco is the last great historical style, a synthesis of neoclassic and art nouveau. It was set up in France in 1920s and spread in 1930-40s through Europe and America. Nowadays the design of an art deco interior is very challenging task, which requires knowledge in history of arts, architecture, and also skill in using expensive materials, paintings and antiques for the decoration. Read more in the blog on Peredelka.tv
Original lamp shades by Sachie Muramatsu
Paper lamp shades production is a traditional Japanese art. Designer Sachie Muramatsu put paper into shapes of flowers, fruits and even vegetables. Such decoration sets an eternal spring at your home!
A little sunshine in the cold water
Everything is beautiful in Venice: tiny galleries and huge gourgeous palaces, post-card views and mysterious corners, Pollock's "Alchemy" in Peggy Guggenheim collection, and surprising birches at the Russian impressionism exhibition. You can find a little Instagram report in the blog.
The travel discoveries: luxurious ceilings
Taking pictures of interesting details, objects and interior solutions is a useful habit for professional designer. This is how our photogallery of extraordinary ceillings has begun. Here you can find the ones from Madrid and Tbilisi.
Travel inspirations are not only interiors but nature and architecture as well. Sketches are good way to keep the travel memories. These sketches were made at the famous castle Nuescwanstein in Bayern and Adriatic coast.
The special summer decoration: fruit as an art object
These ceramic sculptures are made for Bull&Stein by Lisa Pappon, designer and artist from San-Paolo. Some of them are 150 cm by diameter while others are palm-size! These objects could be used not only for interior decoration, but also for landscape design. The extraordinary decoration brings the sunny mood all the year long.
Interior & photography
Artistic photography is a hint to make an interior special. It can work as a highlight or make a desired atmosphere. These are the works made by Dubrava Anastasia Photography for our clients’ interiors.
The oriental bazaar
You usually want to buy everything on a bazaar – spices, tea, sweets… And how many design ideas and rich colors are there! Flashlights made of multicolored glass, carpets, pillows, dishes, tiles… I will definitely use some of these things for my projects.
The Byzantine mosaic
The mosaic boards, located in the Mosaic Museum of Instanbul, exist for hundreds of years, but still inspire with their distinguished palette and motives. Their sizes would fit a palace, but why don’t we use some elements for a classic interior anyway?
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