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We create an atmosphere, style and comfort of public and private non-movable assets. We create inspired, comfortable, and smart interior spaces. We work with experienced Russian and European architect, artists, craftsmen, designers and decorators who are noted for their sense of style,
taste, and ability to listen to and understand our estimated clients.
We aspire TO STYLE HEIGHTS together with you!
Little Oxana showed her creative aptitudes thanks to her father, Ivan Nazarov, a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, and to his friends who were Soviet artists.
She was surrounded by creative atmosphere. Her plein-air experience and visits to exhibitions developed her visual thinking.
In her early drawings one can see the way she saw the world and her impressions through form transformation, geometric, abstract, expressive lines, and a variety of colours.
In 2000, she got a degree in decorating from Moscow School of Applied Arts.
It was focused on decorating small items of interior designs as well as working with different materials (leather, textile), stained glass windows and… paiting!
In 2005, Oxana got a degree in oil painting from Moscow Region State University.
V. P. Krylov’s additional course of Ornamental composition cemented her geometry-based visual thinking.
After the graduation she made her dream to be a designer and decorator come true. She started to design interior spaces and projects. For example, she specialized in children’s bedrooms by French company Vibel.
For several years she worked as a designer and a decorator at Moscow’s Promemoria showroom.
Its founder, Romeo Sozzi, is known all over the world. This legendary Italian furniture company influenced Oxana’s work.
In parallel, she worked on her recent sketches and designs as well as on those created back at university.
Currently she is focused on her own path which is creating paintings for projects and interior spaces made by famous architects and designers.
She pays special attention not only to an interior space itself but also to conveying its atmosphere and reflecting the owner’s soul. This approach creates a special feeling, emotions, and, finally, makes different items become whole… It’s like a kaleidoscope with its small pieces of glass that turn into a vivid, magnetic, and unique masterpiece.
He was born in the city of Gorno-Altaysk in 1972. He attended a local art school. In 2000, he graduated from the Department of Payinting at Novoaltaysk Arts School. From 2000 to 2007 he studied painting at the Ilya Glazunov Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture. His works are showed in museums and owned in private and state collections in Russia, Germany, France, Japan, USA, etc.
He is an award winner of many exhibitions. He organized personal expositions in the Federation Council in 2006 and the State Duma in 2007.
He also organized exhibitions in Serbia’s Belgrade and South Korea’s Seoul. He is a winner of “Beautiful Stranger” portrait competition, took an award at the Elena Gallery in 2009, etc.
He created a number of interior designs for mansions, flats, and country houses in Russia and France.
“My works reflect the sense of beautiful in everything. Those things that seem ordinary in real life become something magical on canvas. I fill any object or person with my own emotions and artistic details. I’m in the constant search for my signature style in painting.”
Rimma acquired her professional skills during her time at Vagner Artistic School. Her teachers were famous painters such as Alexander Antipkin, Alexander Kovalyov, and Victor Korsakov. They shaped her artistic individuality. Later on she got a degree in production design from Russian State Institute of Cinematography.
Since the beginning of the XXI century Rimma Vladyuk has been participating in exhibitions and working in cinema and advertising. There are many of her work in Russian and foreign collections (in Greece, France, Italy, USA) and the best-of-the best collection of Russian State Institute of Cinematography.
Rimma Vladyuk’s art features colour as means to know the world around you. Landscapes and still life get an emotional touch in her works. Rimma uses colour to influence her audience and leave no one indifferent.
Olga was born in 1980 in Moscow. In 1999 she graduated from Moscow Academic Arts School. From 1999 to 2003 she attended Pavel Nikonov’s class at Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute. From 2003 to 2006 she studied in Mikhail Alexeyev’s class at Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts. She has been a member of the Moscow Union of Artists since 2004. Olga has many an exhibition in her background, for example, Art Salon (projects “Urban”, “People and the World”, “Two spaces” (2011-2013)); Painters Club exhibitions in the Kovcheg Gallery and Youth exhibitions of the Moscow Union of Artists. She won awards of the 25th and the 26th Moscow young artists exhibitions of the Moscow Union of Artists. Olga participated in the Charity exposition and auction at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art that marked Raisa Gorbacheva’s 70th anniversary (2002). She also took part in trade fairs in Prague, Czech Republic and had a personal exhibition in Italy. She did her internship at Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris and exhibited her paintings at Galerie Hélèn Nougaro in 2015. Her works can be found in the Gorbachev Foundation and private collections in Russia and abroad. She collaborates with Russian and European designers and architects.Развернуть
Zinaida was born on March 26, 1983 in the city of Mozdok, southern Russia. She graduated from the Department of Applied Arts at Kosygin Moscow State Textile University. She has participated in many Russian and Italian collective exhibitions, youth exhibitions, festivals of Russian culture in Italy (Russian Cultural Foundation 2006-2008 -2009- 2010), “Golden domes” collective exhibition (Cathedral of Christ the Savior, 2010), etc. She works in a number of visual arts styles. She has a creative approach to her projects making our clients’, designers’, and architects’ bold ideas turn into reality.Развернуть
Rocio d’Colores is a talented Spanish painter and designer. Rocio represents the progressive generation of modern artists. Her original and bond approach to art cannot pass unnoticed. Taking part in several exhibitions as a graphic artist, textile designer and painter, she contributes to the strengthening of the «union» between artists and manufacturers. Thanks to her work indeed, the furniture collections of various factories are perceived by customers in a new, different way. Decorating items and space, the artist "gives life" to each modelled object.
«My relationship with art is much more than a job for me. It is an experiment, a game in which I turn into color and form, into a musical instrument. It is a game in which I express myself through colors, creating a stave of my inner perception of life».
The artist’s process of drawing is perceived by the audience as a real spectacle. The symbiosis between the creator and its idea is reflected in her bright paintings, full of juicy and vibrant colors. Rocio makes use of various techniques and materials. The sizes of canvas do not matter for the artist, ranging from decorative prints on small pieces of fabric to majestic wall paintings.
Rocio’s main source of inspiration is nature. However, the bond created between the viewer and Rocio’s work of art goes beyond "looking out the window." The idea is not only to leave the viewer alone with his own inner perceptions and feelings, but also to make him a part of the painting, a participant in the act of creation.
There are no boundaries in the harmonious combination of love for life, beauty, freedom, passion, lack of fears and the constant desire to experiment and create.