The years when a person wants to have for the first time his own private space are in the teen ages. During this time the young person has a lot of physical and mental changes. The room we created is for a 14 years old girl who is interested in the art, especially in the graphic design. She believes that she is very different from the other teenagers and that she will be a famous graphic designer one day. Her parents want to encourage her interests. They gave us the privilege to design her space. We divide the room into several zones depending of their functions. Every zone creates different feelings. Through the use of colors we transform the usual forms of the room and the furniture into different shapes which have an impact on the thought process of the girl who loves the art. The main function of the space is to develop the girl’s imagination and to give her more freedom to think and to dream.
Brani & Desi is a creative art and design Sofia-based studio with driving force the experienced interior designers Branimira Ivanova and Desislava Ivanova. The main aim of the designers is creating of unique residential and commercial interiors. They achieve uniqueness through transformations of the spaces with the use of proportions, forms and colors.
Desislava Ivanova and Branimira Ivanova were born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1979. They received their Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Kingston University, London, and their Master’s degree in Interior Design from Florence Design Academy in Florence, Italy. Their first touch with interior design is in the School of interior architecture and woodworking in Sofia. Then it turns into their passion. In order to develop their abilities and to improve their knowledge, they follow a succession of studies in University of Forestry, Sofia; Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences; College of furniture design, Austria; Kingston University, Florence Design Academy.Design Studio: Brani & Desi Designers: Branimira Ivanova & Desislava Ivanova Project name: “Attention! Private Space.” – A teenage room