Interior designer, antique collector and dealer, and photographer from Saint Petersburg, Andrei Dmitriev is an amazing interior designer passionate about the classic design trends from the Belle Époque. This tendency of his is pretty evident in many of his interior design projects. CovetED will be taking you through a little intro inside of this interior designer’s work and inspo.
All photo credits belong to Andrei Dmitriev
During his childhood, Andrei Dmitriev spent it with books on philosophy and history, strongly improving his knowledge. After receiving a degree in French and literature from the newly renamed St. Petersburg State University, the interior designer took advantage of perestroika and moved to Amsterdam in 1989, where he opened an antique shop, beginning his whole journey into this universe.
Influenced by artists like Vermeer, the 18th-century French still-life master Chardin, and David Sterenberg, a Russian still-life master of the early 20th century, Andrei Dmitriev has conquered a solid reputation in Russia and worldwide. He has created over 15 restaurant projects, along with a number of private residential designs, offices and even exhibition stand. Fun fact: he’s designed nearly all of St. Petersburg’s fashionable restaurants.
When it comes to style the interior designer believes that is important for a designer to find a space to decorate, because when you’re making things for yourself, you have complete freedom. Andrei Dimitriev definitely doesn’t consider himself as an eccentric designer, however, he believes that we shouldn’t follow the design ideas that have already done before. With this in mind have a look at some of CovetED‘s choices in regard to the designer’s top projects.
Small Florence Apartment
Monte San Savino Restaurant (1 foto)
St. Petersburg Apartment
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