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An Architect’s Bag

Awards and Prize

SBID Product Design Awards 2020 — shortlisted.


The designers were tasked with designing and producing a Bag for an architect that would, simultaneously serve as both a professional tool for A3-sized materials and an exquisite accessory. Nataly Bolshakova used her many years of experience and natural affinity with the needs of architects and designers to consider the finer details and nuances involved in designing such a product. Developed in collaboration with Puffin`s buro.


Inside the bag, there is storage for the complete set of tools for a modern architect. Namely - a padded compartment for a laptop, a padded pocket for a tape measure, a compartment for a smartphone, a pocket with a zipper for personal documents and, of course a place for writing utensils.


The main difficulty was to design a large but functional case that look stylish, both in the hands of a debonair man or an elegant woman. Thanks to the proportions of its geometrical lines and shapes, the finished product was practical and refined.


An additional consideration was the desire to add volume and extra space. In total, 54 patterns were designed, making a total of more than 52 meters of precise lines with a certain strict logic. 111 parts were cut for one bag using these templates, and more than 28 types of materials were used.


The fasteners and zippers of this bag are made from solid brass, a time-tested material traditionally used in England. It can be found both in the form of exhibits in the British Museum, and door handles in Chelsea or Belgravia. This material is very durable and keeps its beauty over the years.

Inside details

Inside of this bag we used Hermes fabric from the Animaux Camouflés collection. The Bag is painted entirely by hand in a noble wine color, with patina creating additional volume and texture.

Crystal Park residence


The apartments are located in the middle of an old Kyiv park with a rich history dating back to the 19th century. The main idea of the project is to integrate wildlife into the interior and to combine natural textures with loft elements. The client travels frequently and wanted to feel comfortable and relaxed in the atmosphere at home, so this meant the interior would not be full of overpowering shades.

Living room

The main focus in the living room is a panorama of the city outside the window, the walls boast calm shades enhancing the bright green colour encouraging people to look outside. The highlight is the Poliform sofa in terracotta Loro Piana fabric, which compliments the Tom Dixon spherical lamps in the kitchen area. The wall is decorated with a wall panel by Glamora.


There is nothing superfluous here - that is why the decision was to choose a kitchen from the Poliform and Veneta Cucine factories, who offer simplicity and functional solutions. To give a pleasant tactile sensation, I wanted to add natural wood to this area, and we used solid teak as a tabletop, as natural wood is beautiful in itself. I would also like to mention the refined Seattle Poliform chairs designed by French designer Jean Marie Massaud. which are made of high-quality smooth leather with a stainless steel frame. The delicately perforated leather at the seams demands attention.


When entering the bedroom, the authentic brickwork at the head of the bed is a head turner. It conjures up a picture of a workshop where workers are dismantling old buildings, washing, sawing and creating decorative bricks. Opposite the window is a Poliform armchair in Loro Piana cashmere trim and a Santa Cole Dorica floor lamp. The composition is completed with a natural handmade carpet from OLK Manufactory.


In this space, we wanted to create an environment that helps to focus on work, but at the same time, include interesting details that will inspire. For example, the weightless Bon Jour table lamp by Flos seems to float in space, and the art on the table and by the sofa creates an imaginative space.


To support the loft theme, the designers used Atlas Concorde's Brave tiles with a concrete-like texture. The elegant panel from Glamora echoes the nature motives in the apartment and adds volume to the room.


The height of the ceilings in the hallway is accentuated by the positioning of a beveled mirror. Poliform's elegant New York pouf adds comfort to the space. Harmony with nature is reflected in a painting from the Equillibrium collection by Maria Vozvyshaeva.

Charming seaside villa

Living room

Spacious and comfortable French-style home designed for a family with three children. The entire interior is designed in the classic French Provence style. In the living room we added a Sofa & Chair by Eichholtz and Roberto Giovannini.


For the kitchen, we commissioned the SieMatic factory to assemble all components exclusively for the order. These were selected by the clients. Dining at the sumptuous solid wood table from Salda is enhanced by the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

Master Bedroom

Perfection and elegance are our guiding principles in the design of the bedroom, the use of delicate shades and furniture from Frato certainly adhered to this. Decorative lighting with silk lampshades by the English brand Heathfield was also used.

Master Bathroom

For the decoration of the bathroom, our designers used black marble, mosaic and solid walnut doors.

Children's room

The softly furnished children's room for the girl is decorated in powdery shades. A Poliform matching chair and Halley soft bed add to the general feeling of comfort. In the bathroom wallpaper from Wall & Deco, which are not afraid of water and moisture.

Children's room

The client’s wanted a British-style children's room for their boy. We developed a characteristic colour palette based on English designs and images.

Children's room

The eldest daughter’s room is a modern classic with oriental motifs and indigo accents. For the decoration of the walls, we chose suitably themed wallpapers from Glamora, which looked great with artificial and natural light. An armchair and bed from Eichholtz were also added.

Open mind office


The entrance area to the office is highlighted with bright accents. As you exit the elevator, the functional azure blue armchairs from Sitland are positioned adjacently and perfectly match the natural wood paneling on the walls and ceiling. For a more comfortable pastime, lounging in the soft zones with pillows in yellow and berry shades is an option.

Open Space

The company specializes in the development of computer games, so one of the key requirements was comfortable, functional lighting and open space. To address this request, we installed dimming, which is easy to control using the "smart home" system.


There are two functional negotiation zones on the premises, which are well soundproofed, making it possible to comfortably hold meetings within the office. The rooms are equipped with modern technology and devices.


Of particular importance to the company is a recreation area where employees can communicate, share ideas and be inspired to create new projects. They spend time here playing a game console, playing board games or reading fascinating books. This part of the office always has an atmosphere of fun, creativity and relaxation. There is a lot of greenery in the interior, so the using a carpet resembling a lawn looks harmonious and is a natural way of zoning.


The space is very compact and functional. Situated between the work and recreation area, the kitchen becomes a smooth transition to both rooms. There is a drawing area on the wall to generate ideas from creative employees.


There is nothing superfluous here - only deep natural shades combined with a garnet-colored pouf.

Meghan table lamp by Nataly Bolshakova

Awards and Prize

SBID Product Design Awards 2020 — shortlisted.

The International Design and Architecture Awards 2020 — shortlisted.


Lighting is one of the main components when creating the perfect interior. The source of the light should be a visually beautiful design, which compliments the rest of the decor. After considering the overall effect our customers would appreciate, Nataly Bolshakova created an exceptional lamp that combines elegance and functionality perfectly.


The designer lamp from Bolshakova Interiors has an elegant vertical shape that creates an interesting contrast between matter and light. A stable marble base flows into a beautifully designed brass rod. The same material was used in the decoration of the lampshade, creating some eye-catching contrasts. Made in Italy.

We are confident our lamp is an innovative and refined addition for your home and a source of aesthetic pleasure.

Private residential Emerald Villa

Awards and Prize

SBID International Design Awards 2020 — shortlisted.

The International Design and Architecture Awards 2020 — shortlisted.


When we worked on the interior design of the "Private Residential Emerald Villa" we wanted to create a sense of celebration and apply bold combinations of colour. The space is like a glistening picture, the bright background requires balance with intense and vivid strokes. We also faced the challenge of incorporating the eclectic stylistics of the interior, including a private collection of art and family objects.


The green terrace is decorated with Marinette furniture from the Saint Tropez collection and complemented by rich accents, such as Loro Piana plaid and Herme pillows. It is ideally placed to enjoy views of the garden and the river.


Whilst working on the living room, we were heavily influenced by interiors in France and Britain and their active colour schemes, which we wanted to bring to the interior. We strove to create a sense of celebration, rich colours and unexpected combinations. A resplendent accent here is generated by the red sofa from Wales and Brabbu textiles Adamo & Eva, Dedar. Black velour armchairs from Dukono, Brabbu, and a floral carpet from Moooi also grace the room.
Accessories: Sourced from Bolshakova Interiors accessories.


The central element of the kitchen is the brass bar design, specially made based on our sketches, and accent red bar stools from Brabbu. The light above the bar was provided by Lee Broom. The dining room is decorated with a vintage wooden table and vintage Dedar upholstered chairs, all from the client’s personal collection.


Upon entering the bathroom, you experience a unique atmosphere, which was created using wallpaper from Limerence from the House of Hackney collection. This is further enhanced by interesting lighting and paintings from a private collection from a modern Georgian artist.
Accessories - Provided by Bolshakova Interiors accessories


We designed the space in white, emphasizing the black plastic detail. The French sliding doors speak for themselves and any additions would only have distracted from their perfection, both in terms of form and function. They are also the gateway to views of the beautiful garden. Armchairs and deckchairs were supplied by Freinder, Safi and Maroc.


The slightly active feel of the living room is juxtaposed by the calm mood of the bedroom, decorated in calm creamy colors. We chose a bed from the King Koil, which embodies the concepts of classics and modernity, a powder blanket from Quagliotti and pillows from Hermes gave the finishing touches.


The bathroom is a continuation of the calm mood of the bedroom. Here we used furniture from the Italian factory Gaia.
Accessories, again sourced from Bolshakova Interiors accessories

Fabulous Monaco apartment


Monaco is a region for bon viveurs, who understand the true meaning of luxury and comfort. Therefore, the client’s desire was to create a slightly relaxed but elegant environment that would fit with the atmosphere of Monaco and their own character.


The room is filled with a transparent living light, which highlights a floral pattern on the walls sourced from de Gournay (Plum Blossom collection). A sensual and rich combination of cherry and pearl white with brass accents adds to the unique feel of the environment and is complemented by a magical addition; the honey glow of an onyx sofa table (Longhi, Ansel model). Vittoria Frigerio bergers with velor upholstery and a crystal chandelier by Lalique (Perles collection by Pierre Yves Rochon) also grace the space.


The space is divided into several zones, including a dining room and a space for meeting more informally. After careful consideration we used a specially made accent piece, a mustard-yellow dresser with a slightly masculine form. We accentuated the aristocratic feel of the interior with a Ginkgo chandelier (Lalique & Delisle collaboration) combining rocky decor and nickel decoration. Its design was a homage to ginkgo biloba, an ancient oriental tree and a symbol of longevity.


We proposed a kitchen design incorporating modernity,style and naturally functionality. The ideal solution was the Poliform Monochrome Kitchen featuring pear yellow upholstered chairs, and a Lee Broom LED matte black chandelier (Carousel collection) with polished gold trim giving some much needed lightness to this beautiful space.

Home fragrance by Bolshakova Interiors

The idea of creating aromas evolved from a desire to influence not only the visual senses, but also the sense of smell. We searched for combinations that embody the concept of a beautiful and comfortable house.


To produce Bolshakova Interiors, we created unique home scents in conjunction with the French perfumery Bossem Creative. Production is located in Grasse, a city known as the birthplace of the best perfumers in the world.


The scents are very different in terms of their composition, but both reflect our delicate and elegant approach to perceptions of the interior. A fragrance for the home, something that encapsulates the emotions a person experiences when entering a room.


Emotion in a bottle! This is how our clients react to this fragrance. The incredibly fresh, multifaceted and elegant bouquet gives any interior a special feel. One can envisage a summer evening in a flowering garden. A juicy mandarin and the sensual sweetness of a peach combine with a subtle veil of jasmine. The aroma starts with pleasant, woody, amber bitterness.


The predominant element is jasmine. This is a tribute to the traditions of the art of French perfumery, as jasmine is a legendary flower that has been grown for centuries in Grasse, the undisputed capital of perfumery. This is a symbol of "Art de vivre" - the art of living, a phrase that exists only between the French. The heart of the aroma is mixture of alluring white musk, rose and noble iris.
Home fragrance by Bolshakova Interiors.

Private residence at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin

Awards and Prize

SBID Product Design Awards 2019 — shortlisted.


The character of the interior is based around soft colors and modern classics, reflecting beautifully the atmosphere of the Cote d’Azur. The investors had requested a design that was characteristic of this region. As a result, we created a truly amazing summer residence which sits in harmony with the panoramic view of the coast of Monaco.


The main part of the first floor is dominated by a large open living room with well positioned lighting. The common area, in which the family gathers with guests is multifunctional. There are no separate passages between zones, the whole space is open and radiates ease and freedom.


We had already worked on existing house from the 70-s and this provided us with a framework from which something modern and beautiful could evolve. Furniture in powder shades from Black Tie and Minnoti, Soft lighting from Ralph Lauren and Moooi emphasizes certain aspects and produces an interesting range of silhouettes.


In the kitchen space we worked with low ceilings and thanks to verticals, light tones and carefully considered furniture management, we managed to create a feeling of space. The presence of contrasting accents make the light interior more expressive, and with the furniture from Poliform, it could be described as multifunctional. From the dining zone an entrance leads to a terrace, from where one can admire the sea and swim in the swimming pool.


The private master zone is located on the second floor and designed as a single and private space for two, where the bedroom merges with the bathroom and dressing room. Here playful pastel shades and expressive contrasts prevail.


In the bathroom we wanted to create a continuation of the living area. To achieve this, the flooring was chosen in the same parquet as the bedroom. An independently standing bath gives this space a feeling of romance and relaxation.


The guest zone is located on the first floor. This bedroom has a masculine mood, saturated steel coloured walls, black lampshades, in addition to a leather covered bed. The bathroom is decorated with noble marble, making the space visually stunning and quite immaculate.


Cream and caramel colors form the basis of the design for the additional bedroom. Here we were inspired by sweet colours from confectionery, cream, marshmallow and berries. When a person has a sweet association and perception of the interior, the room becomes comfortable on a subconscious level. The bedroom can be used as a second guest room, or as a second kids room. In the bathroom the accent is focused towards the sink, which is itself complemented by soft lighting with an onyx finish. This was actually our beautiful client’s idea!


The group who worked on project Private residence at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin:
Nataly Bolshakova – head of the project and art director; Irina Kalinina – design and aesthetic development; Katerina Haniuk - creation of the project and architecture of the interior; Olga Shamro - contract management and communication.
Thanks to the harmonious work of our team, we have created a dream home on the Cote d'Azur!
Facade architecture - Roman Trach.

The First house


A country house with a modern makeover, where integrity and harmony with the environment are fundamental components of the design.The client’s major consideration was to have plenty of space, something lacking in many apartments! This was their first house, so naturally the work on the project was very emotional.

Living room

When used in an imaginative way, stairways and ladders are interesting additions to any space, that's why when we have the opportunity to enter the interior in a more aesthetically pleasing way, we always look for alternative solutions. In the living room, we used furniture from Poliform, the straight lines accentuating the elegant lighting created by Penta. A connection with the street is an integral part of the interior, I did not want the overall experience to end at the windows. The fireplace is an important area for the family and allows spectacular views from the windows. The TV area is an extra element that was easily incorporated into the whole project.


The customer specifically requested a zone that was spacious with no narrow passages. At the weekend the whole family has breakfast together and this is valuable time! At weekends, the client cooks for his family. We allocated a separate area for cooking overlooking the beautiful landscape that can be seen from the window. The Poliform kitchen is equipped with all the necessary functional solutions, and the stand made of natural quartzite rises into the air, emphasizing the panels on the floor.


The bathroom reflects the mood of the entire ground floor and is constructed in contrasting shades. The combination of glass and tiles under the natural stone of Ardesia and wood creates an elegant impression. Plumbing was sourced from the Italian brand Cielo.

Master bedroom

The focal point is the view outside the window and was the basis on which the whole house was designed. The colour scheme of the bedroom is very muted. For the decoration of the walls we used panels faced with fabric from Loro Piana Interiors. The overall colour scheme is maintained with a discreetly designed Poliform bed with bright edging.


The main concept of the bathrooms is that mirrors don’t appear above the wash basins, so while washing in the morning, one can admire the natural beauty outside the window. The bathroom is constructed from “Sahara Noir” Italian marble and porcelain stoneware from Ardesia. Here we used plumbing fixtures from Gessi, the lighting was made by Santa & Cole.


In the house there are two children's rooms based on ideas generated by the children themselves. All the colours, finishes and decor were chosen by our young clients. Special attention was paid to textures and finishes, resulting in a bright, cheerful space. Lighting supplied by Lladro.


Children have different ideas and needs, so naturally their rooms are different. In this room more delicate shades that complement the wallpaper from Hermes were utilised. The shelves were constructed using the Dutch studio Moooi’s innovative “watching us animals” designs.


The bathroom is a vivid embodiment of what could be described as versatile conciseness. Bright wallpaper from the Italian factory Glamora and plumbing by Cielo complete the project.

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