Yulia Golavskaya, designer, decorator.

Yulia Golavskaya was born in a small village at the North of Kazakhstan. She spent her childhood in the industrial city of Volgodonsk on the Don river and her teen years — in Rostov-on-Don where she studied psychology and architecture. In 1998 she moved to Moscow and started working as an interior designer meanwhile learning different kinds of arts: drawing, photography and dance.

In 2004 she graduated from a prestegious school of design «Details» and since that time she has worked as a professional interior designer.

Light, warm, poetic, live, romantic are the words most frequently used to characterize Golavskaya’s works — both interior and artistic. They are particularly picturesque, fine and delicate about colour, airy and respectful towards space. As sources of her inspiration Yulia names artful dreams by Borisov-Musatov, still-lives by Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, scenographic beauties by Simon Virsaladze, and also habitual city walks, ruins, backstreets, wide-open windows and doors left ajar.

Yulia Golavskaya has been named one of the best Russian designers and architects by a respected «AD Magazine». Her works have been published in «AD», «IN/EX», «Maisonine», «ArchRevue», and «Decorator» magazines.