Dessi’s Design Newest Interior Design Project Is In Sofia – Located in one of the most popular streets of Bulgaria‘s capital city, this modern penthouse project was created by a local interior designer!
Born in Sofia, in 1970, Dessislava Stoilova studied Architecture and Construction in the High
School of Construction, Architecture and Geodesy Hristo Botev where she graduated in 1989. Her work focuses essentially on designing creative residential interior design projects, no matter the style!
Dessislava Stoilova starts her professional career as an associate and residential architect, in Mimi Ilieva’s architecture studio. In 1999 she enters the interior design world with her home and office furniture designs in the Neoset team. However, four years later she decided that was time to take a chance and pursue her dream of becoming an independent interior designer.
Created fifteen years ago, Dessi’s Design studio has quite a journey with more than 150 design projects spread around the world, including six major design projects in Bulgaria, Munich, Vienna and Erevan, and two partial design projects in London and Atene.
From modern classic, eclectic, to art deco and vintage, the interior designer doesn’t have specific design style to define her work. Stoilova likes to experiment with all kinds of materials and techniques, to introduce innovative and captivating details in her design projects.
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The modern penthouse, that occupies one the upper floors of a brand new building, is going to be located near the Vitosha mountains in one of the main arterial roads of Sofia. The 400 sq.m. apartment features a living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. All of the project foundations is on the combination of soft and peaceful colors and clean details with bold lightning design to achieve the perfect balance between comfort and modern.
The inspiration for this modern design project came from the primitive and intuitive feeling of closeness to the
nearby mountain. The interior designer wanted to create a symbolic bond between the natural and the
artificial, where stone, wood, and leather meet concrete in a modern way.
The interior design of the luxury apartment has a selection of furniture pieces, designed by her studio and manufactured in Bulgaria, that is combined with innovative designs (lighting and furniture) by leading European brands in the luxury design market.
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