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About Katya Yarominak

As a Licensed Interior Designer, Katya has experience on the variety or projects in both Residential and Commercial industries. 

Project list includes national & international projects:

Dallas TX + Los Angeles, CA

Canada

Europe: London, Warsaw, Frankfurt

Asia: Singapore

For the past four years Katya has been in the retail industry. She launched my career with the iconic Fossil® brand. That led to an opportunity with a Los Angeles firm that works with fashion icons like Marc Jacobs, Hervé Léger, BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP, Guess and UGG®. She recently moved to Dallas to start a consulting business with the focusing on retail as well as some hospitality and residential projects.

 

"Architecture and the built environment have always drawn my eye. After two years of studying civil engineering in Belarus (Russia), I felt the calling to Interior Design.  

Using the spaces people experience rather than passing by structures spoke to my creativity. Expressing a personal aesthetic language while marrying it to a clients style is both exciting and challenging. Elevating tastes and experiences to their optimum potential is what I work toward in every project I give my time to.

A passion for fashion, comfortable living and the outdoors are all inspirations for the way in which I see spaces evolve for its users and the finishes that will truly shine."

From the Press

1

You were a student winner. Where did you go to school, and what was your degree?

I attended the University of Oklahoma College of Architecture and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. I recently passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam after compiling the required experience and working hours.

2

2015 Design Award Winner - Outlet Store - Silver Award

Creating a look consistent with the retailer’s full-price stores, this outlet features a similar design with economical materials such as laminate rather than high-end woods. A custom seating area and clearly defined product zones convey a welcoming environment. Open-sell fixtures make merchandise easily accessible. Visuals, differing in height and depth, include large lit graphic panels and a dozen TV monitors conveying seasonal stories. A large wall covered with product tins targets devoted fans, who collect the popular packaging.

3

National Lighting Design Competition Winners 2009

The store is located in Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia. The open floor plan is designed to accommodate a constant flow of people and easy access. The curvilinear shoes display and custom clear glass installation is designed for the customers to experience the space. Clear glass windows help to attract people to the store.