Iuliia Sheipunas is a newcomer Designer to the Moscow Design Scene, but she’s already making some waves in this cosmopolitan city that has a strong passion for luxury design! She recently moved from Krasnoyarsk to Moscow to jumpstart her Design Career and, so far, she’s been successful with her simple but elegant design style that’s conquering the local design lovers.
As she puts it, one of her favorite parts of her career is seeing the result of her work and understand that this is not the limit. Even though she appreciates her work she admits that she’s always dissatisfied with herself because she strongly believes that any end result can be improved!
A big proof of Sheipunas talent and career is the fact that for more than 10 years she has not advertised any of her projects or design services in any way. She always relied on recommendations of her customers and for 10 Years, those top recommendations alone allowed her to build a successful career that enables her to expand their business to Moscow!
She currently works with a small team that allowed her to multitask and better optimize her work. Sheipunas believes that she doesn’t need a huge staff, but a staff is nonetheless necessary because this greatly increases the resources in the number of projects that she can conduct in parallel.
“Like Shiva, you are one head, and there are a lot of hands! But I still do the drawings myself, as I don’t trust anyone in this matter!” – Iuliia Sheipunas
Looking forward, Sheipunas will continue to build her business in Moscow, but she’s also reflecting about the future and the trends of the following years! She would like to have time to catch in my right mind when the level of technology development reaches such heights that will allow to create a super-helmet that will transfer thoughts from your head right into sketches and drawings. The Russian interior designer believes this will be the future of the interior design industry. Iuliia Sheipunas truly believes that technology will continue to play an increasing role in the design industry.
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