Daria Zinovatnaya is a Ukranian industrial and interior designer creates furniture, interiors, and architectural concepts, combining bold colors and geometric shapes to create extraordinary mid-century projects.
Daria Zinovatnaya’s designs unique is that she combines simple forms with unusual execution, brought together by layering bold colors and shapes that complement, rather than overwhelm. The designer is based in Saint Petersburg is inspired by varied renowned architect and designer names, including Matisse, Le Corbusier, Eileen Gray and Charlotte Perriand. She explained: “Beginning any of my works, I experiment with color, choose [the] palette, and then I start to play with colors and objects to find the balance”. Her daring approach to design is both eccentric and modern and sits outside of what the widespread interior design industry showcases.
She wrote about herself on her website: “The base of my work is color and geometry, a combination of color planes, beginning any of my works, I experiment with color, choose a palette and then I start to play with colors and objects to fin the balance. In the process arises inspirations. For me, it’s very important to preserve and to pass it. Each of my clients is one way or another connected with creativity. They are those who are ready for experiments. “