Dima Loginoff Design – Interiors, Furniture and Lighting

Confusion Sofa by Dima Loginoff, produced by Artex, 2012

African Dots ceramic tiles by Dima Loginoff Design for Vitra

Incident Lamp concept by Dima Loginoff Design

Chaos Coffee Table concept by Dima Loginoff Design

Dounyasha chair concept by Dima Loginoff Design

Red Trend Cafe. Public Interior Project concept, 2008 by Dima Loginoff Design

Le Black Cafe, Public Interior Project concept, 2007

Dima Loginoff was born in Moscow in 1977. Before establishing himself as a professional Designer, Dima worked as a hair stylist, whilst maintaining his passion for photography, video, furniture and interior design at the same time. He graduated with a distinction in 2008 from the International Design School in Moscow and Interior Design School, Rhodec in the  UK.

Dima Loginoff currently works with interiors and product design, including  furniture and lighting. His works are published in high profile magazines around the world, such as FRAME, ELLE DECORATION, INTERNI, ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST, GLAMOURE, HARPER’S BAZAAR, COLLEZIONE TRENDS, DOMUS and others. Dima’s participation in the Milan Furniture Salon in 2010 resulted in WOMEN’S WEAR DAILY publishing an extensive interview with him and showcasing his stunning chaise lounge on the magazine cover.

Dima’s design’s both in furniture and interiors, shows his flair and passion for style, bold colours, textures and pattern. His designs have a flamboyant and theatrical edge to them – a drama. His Interiors are reminiscent to me of stage sets that would be at home in an Alison in Wonderland play – fabulously surreal!

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