We can say that Polina’s career started with the love she had for architecture and interior design from a young age “After several years of work as a translator, I realized that I wanted to do what I loved. Since early childhood, I was fascinated by the architecture and interiors of the palaces of St. Petersburg, that we often visited with the family. When I realized that it was interesting for me to immerse myself in interior design, I graduated from the International School of Design, followed by an internship in London and the implementation of a large project , admits Polina.
In order to become a design professional,Polina graduated from the Saint Petersburg Branch of the International Design School, and after that she did an internship in the well known KLC Design School in London. Soon, she was seen as the few Russian architects and interior designers to keep an eye on her! Polina shared that she has a “passion for an elegant and rigorous Art Deco Style“.
To extend herinterior design skills, Polina never forgets to check the latest design trends and adapt them to her own signature. The designer discusses her creative process when she’s relating to her clients, in order to understand their vision and taste. “Understanding that the interiors are made in this style, not only beautiful but also comfortable for life, recently comes to many of our customers. We pay special attention to the planning solution and the color palette of the interior, carefully thinking over the engineering systems. The result of the work is the interior that meets the wishes of our customers”.
Polina’s style is simple, yet complex. A special concern towards the perfect balance between aesthetics and functionality. “I do projects in these styles with special pleasure and enthusiasm. They are both fairly versatile, which allows them to be combined with each other, and with modern styles. You will often find classic and timeless combinations of forms and materials in my projects”. She also states that, in order to establish this specific style, there are many techniques that a person needs such as a “selection of furniture from good dark wood, expensive and high-quality textiles, glossy, mirror and glass surfaces and accessories made of brass and bronze. Art Deco consists of non-aging parts: geometric shapes, natural wood, and high-quality materials will never lose their relevance”.
“For American-style and Art Deco interiors, we try to use furniture from American and English representatives to maintain the spirit of the interior. Over the years of our work, we have created a database of suppliers, of which we are sure. Here there are items created by my personal design, for example, a canteen in the dining room, shelves in the living room, a bar, a console. Doors have a bright accent in this interior: they are tall and made of mahogany, triple glass, and brass”. For her specific projects, she has been creating a well-built contact list, with every connection that she requires to embellish every setting.
Her latest project sits on an incredible “apartment with an area of 200 meters has a rounded shape on the front side, this moment imposed certain decisions on the design. We selected such a drawing of the parquet so that it would level out uneven forms of the premises. They decided to make the front area of the living and dining room with access to the terrace. From the master bedroom area, you can get through the wardrobe to the master bathroom. The layout has become convenient for the family as a result of clear planning zones”. Through this new statement, you’re able to see that new exciting things are coming into Polina Pidtsan‘s professional journey!