An Exclusive Interview W/ Interior Designer Iuliia Sheipunas
Interior designer Iuliia Sheipunas is a one of a kind personality in her field. One of the top 200 best interior designers in Russia nominated by Elle Decoration, the interior designer bursts elegance and high-quality designer pieces into each project she works on. This exclusive interview is just a sneak peek into the world of the Russian designer.
For starters, what do you love the most about what your work?
“See the result of your work and understand that this is not the limit …”
What’s the inspiration behind what you working on at the moment?
“First of all, people inspire me !!! If “love at first sight” did not happen, I prefer not to torment anyone and not to suffer herself …”
Are all of your products designed by you?
“Yes. Of course!”
Have you developed all your projects from scratch, or are you working with visualizers, etc.?
“I have been resorting to the help of visualizers for 8 years. This turned out to be a very convenient solution. You express all your ideas in a detailed tech the task with drawings and you can continue to run around construction sites … You do not need a huge staff of employees and this greatly increases the resource in the number of projects that I can conduct in parallel. You are like Shiva – you have only one head, but there are a lot of hands!!! Only now I’m doing the drawings myself because I don’t trust anyone in this matter!”
How would you describe your client type? What do they do, what do they like, what projects are they involved in?
“People with incomes above the average who travel a lot are well-educated, and they know exactly what they want! And they want to get a result that will impress them, while they are completely indifferent to the process!”
What do you think will be the focus of the design world in the future? – Any particular changes that you would like to see happening?
“I would like to catch in my right mind the time when the level of technology development will reach such heights that will allow you to create a super helmet that will transfer thoughts from your head right into sketches and drawings !!! It is advisable to print! And preferably in colour! In A3 format! Better yet, output to a 3D printer !!! Then it will just be possible by the power of thought looking in the field – to build a house in the same field!”
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