Natalia left behind a successful fifteen year career with a global financial institution to follow her passion for interior design. Her aspiration is to positively influence commercial and residential environments. Natalia’s experience is within the client facing role, managing project teams, addressing interests of external and internal stakeholders and working under pressure to tight deadlines. An important influence towards design was as a member of the project team for the construction of her employer’s Moscow offices. Her excellent organisational skills and business acumen will be invaluable in setting up as a professional designer. Taking inspiration from her extensive travel in Japan and in Europe, Natalia’s approach to design is thoughtful and balanced with passion for colour and details, aiming to achieve harmony and the highest quality.
Farrah Storr, newly appointed editor-in-chief of Elle UK and her husband Will, senior investment banker have acquired a loft apartment as their London home to save time commuting from their house in Kent. In view of their busy lifestyle, the space is to be functional and dynamic to contrast with the weekend house, which has a very relaxing atmosphere. To celebrate the history of the location, they wish to add some industrial features offsetting them with refined contemporary details
Private serviced apartments for active, demanding seniors to create an inspiring community, where residents remain independent and lead fulfilling lifestyles, in warm and attractive surroundings. The project, targeting cooking enthusiasts, seeks to achieve collective life for seniors that takes into account the desire for relationships with neighbours as well as the desire for a private sphere and serenity.