How to create an interior that does not loseRelevance in a few years? What is the highest degree of mastery of a designer? About this and many other things the architect Oksana Lychagina told, in the interiors of which the customers live happily and happily Oksana Lychagina, the architect Graduated from the town-planning faculty of the Moscow Institute of Architecture. Since 1998 - the head and chief architect of his own studio OLstudio. Realized more than 200 private and public projects, executed in completely different styles. Published in such publications as Salon, "Best Interiors", "Archide", "Beautiful Houses" and others. In addition to interior, engaged in industrial design: Oksana's sketches create collections of decor for tiles, dishes, furniture for bathrooms and accessories. Www.olstudio.ru Style - The main thing for me is light and space, even in small rooms. I have to work both in classics and in modern times, so I can not clearly say which style or direction is closer to me. Country houses are designed mainly in traditional and classical style, and public spaces are modern architecture and design. When I make apartments for young people, it is always very modern too. Therefore, the main thing for me is the maximum sense of volume and space, even where it is practically nonexistent. It turns out that I create an optical illusion: the room seems bigger than it was with the original parameters. The project "Modern chic" The coolest projectProbably the coolest project is the cottage village "Swan Lake" on the Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway. Houses there are built in the style of the Russian manor, and they are all completely different: none is repeated and not like the other. Why "Swan Lake"? On the territory behind the lake there is a dacha of the Bolshoi Theater, so this name is a tribute of respect from investors. I was engaged in the project of this settlement at all stages: starting from the general plan and finishing with construction, and in some houses I made a design. The most difficult project I think, when youYou work with a person, you create for him an interior design - it's deeply personal penetration. It often happens that some projects last a very long time, and this becomes a part of your life. Even a short project lasts about six months, and there have been cases - and about three years. Every time I do not just design, but a form for a person. A house or apartment is a form for a person and his family; Shop or office - a form for a particular type of business. It turns out that for everyone who applies for a design project, it's not just the purchase of real estate, but, in fact, a change in status: a person jumps to a new level. He spends a lot of money, he thinks a lot, consults a lot and chooses. And it happens that someone else is just not ready to move to a new level - then the project can last for several years. And this is not easy. Project "Business Lady" Twice in ownI noticed how I went to a new stage myself. One of them is an apartment on Vorobyovy Gory, the interior of which I decorated for a business lady. The customer is simply an incredible woman: a perfect queen and at the same time a female vamp. Before me was the task of creating such an interior that everyone who enters it would exclaim: "Wow, this is impossible beautiful!" For me it was very difficult, because I understood: any interior lives for a certain number of years, And the task is practically impossible. But it turned out that the result was a chic, elegant interior, in which the owner of the apartment is comfortable so far: with complex textures, semi-circular shapes and fabric ceiling in the bedroom. The work was built on complete trust, and what happened in the end, I myself raised in my own eyes. Project "Business Lady" Project "Business Lady" Design of clothes and plates IBegan to make stoles with lace, because I really liked them, but only Scervino and Valentino sold them - and when I realized that this was a Russian theme, I started sewing myself. I went to an exhibition of fabrics in Paris, found the manufacturers of the best fabrics and lace, and it went. She started with shawls and scarves, and then moved on to more complicated things. My philosophy is to make clothes that do not fetter the movements. And I also think that in each model there must be something done by hand: knitting, appliqué. Now I'm making a collection of capes with Orenburg shawls. Soon it will be possible to see it - I hope it will be relevant not only here, but also in Europe. As for the plates, then everything happened by chance. I was engaged in the development of tiles, when I was asked to develop a collection of plates instead. Now I want to revive the tradition of decorating the walls with plates. This is the whole theme of the circle in the interior, and it still inspires me.