As an Interior Architect, Darycurrently obtaining a Master's Degree in Interior Architecture. Having a chance to cooperate with leading architects and clients all over the world during the last couple of years, I have gained experience of working in diverse environments and learned to adapt my design style to new cultures. Having a solid understanding of the relationship between function and space and how this connects to the overall environment and sustainability, I believe an interior designer with skills in design-thinking can bring informed influence to the decision-making and business planning process. I have worked on many residential interior design projects including multi-family residential buildings, semi-D houses, terrace houses, condominiums, and commercial interior design, such as restaurant, and office interior design. My go-to styles are eclectic, modern, and transitional.
What drives you to design?
I find it fascinating how a new color palette or several items mixed in space can transform the Client's place into a unique and very personal room.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
Being a very frequent traveler, I am deriving new ideas and getting inspired mostly on trips! During the last trip to China, I got to know Feng Shui's main elements, opened for myself a lot of contemporary Chinese artists whose art was a great inspiration for new ideas!
What’s your prediction for the next big trend in design?
I observe the trend of moving from neutral and monochromatic color in interiors to very active deep hints. It's very well seen in traditional Mexican interiors, and even in Norwegian latest trends, where Navy Blue, Orange, and Yellow accessories and accent colors are prevailing. "Give color to your interior!", my design motto ;)