Dima Loginov
"Designer of the Year" (Elle Decoration Best Of The Year Award 2014) Dima Loginov lives and works in Moscow. For 10 years of his career, Dima has created 39 collections of interior items, including design for world-famous brands such as VitrA, Studio Italia Design, Axo Light, Preciosa, Arte di Murano. Last year, the designer began working with Cartier on porcelain design for one of the French brand boutiques. Winner of many international design awards, including the iF Product Design Award and the Red Dot Product Design Award, the International Design Award, the Best of Year Award and many others.

Items created by Dima Loginov’s design decorates not only private residences, but also commercial spaces from democratic Starbucks coffee shops to luxury restaurants and luxury hotels, including Hilton in Tallinn, Le Narcisse Blanc Hotel in the seventh district of Paris, Zetta boutique hotel in San Francisco, Van der Valk Hotel in Holland, Hotel Chalet Le 1550 in Courchevel and even a church in Switzerland.

The most authoritative magazines of the world, such as Women’s Wear Daily, Elle Decoration, Frame, Harper’s Bazaar and others, have published numerous interviews with the designer. Dima’s design objects have been published not only in a huge number of magazines around the world, including Interni, L’Officiel Hommes, Glamoure, Domus, Vogue, Collezione Trends, Maison Francaise, Architectural Digest, Numero, Elle, Frankfurter Allgemeine, Financial Times, La Repubblica, but in many books in the West as well. Elle Decoration wrote about Dima: "The young Russian designer who conquered the West in just a few years," Harper’s Bazaar titled its article simply "Super Dima!", and the famous New York agency Agenda Inc., working with leading fashion brands, called him as a designer of "shockingly beautiful things." "… Sensual forms … where the luxury of the past meets modernity" was written about Dima Loginov’s style in the GOODS book of the authoritative Dutch publisher FRAME.