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Dmitry Pozarenko Designs


Dmitry Pozarenko Designs

Today's featured designer is Dmitry Pozarenko. Dmitry Pozarenko is the creator of iconic designs such as Barn by a River, Sense of Forest and Nostalgia.

We had the rare opportunity to interview the exalted designer Dmitry Pozarenko who was recently announced as the Designer of the Day by the A' Design Award and Competition. Dmitry Pozarenko is the creator of iconic designs such as Barn by a River, Sense of Forest, and Nostalgia. We got exclusive answers to our questions about Dmitry Pozarenko's designs and design philosophy.
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Dmitry Pozarenko, how did you become a designer?
Dmitry Pozarenko: I’ve been painting since I was ten years old, went to children’s art schools, therefore, choosing education, I chose a profession in which my artistic skills were in demand.

After serving in the army, I entered the USUAA (Ural State University of Architecture and Art). My choice was influenced by two reasons. The first reason was that I drew well and wanted to use this advantage, and for admission to the university, it was necessary to pass an exam in drawing.

The second one was that the army formed new priorities for me - I firmly decided to get higher education. Besides, I always wanted to impress. Fortunately, my profession is the most peaceful way to satisfy this desire. The first thing I was asked to design was a drywall ceiling with an area of 50 square meters. It was necessary from the already existing space to continue the plastic line into the new space. And I took the job with enthusiasm.
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what are your priorities, technique, and style when designing?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Probably my style in design is architectonics. If I put the pipe upright, then I will definitely take care of what it stands on and what it comes into. Sometimes it seems to me that I have been creating support and beam structures all my life, only in design.

I pay attention to all aspects of design, but most of all - to the function. For me, everything should be justified by the function. Apparently, the long design period with a limited budget affects. Also, I am very attentive to the nodes of structures and to the textures. Now it is difficult to imagine a design without three-dimensional models. Autodesk 3ds Max and Revit are the main tools. However, a huge number of drawings are hand-executed - and this is a primary: you can build a volumetric model only when you know what and how you want to build.
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Dmitry Pozarenko Designs
Dmitry Pozarenko, which emotions do you feel when designing?
Dmitry Pozarenko: The realization of a beautiful project is a sweet feeling. At such moments it is very strongly felt that thought is material. But design is not just about the constant bursts of dopamine. It is also frustration from rejected first-class solutions, apathy, when everything went wrong, the work of a whole working week is crossed out and it is necessary to start all over again...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what are your advice to designers who are at the beginning of their career?
Dmitry Pozarenko: The most valuable advice I could give today is to work at a good bureau. This experience is invaluable. And even if you outperform your teachers, remember, it was them who influenced your professional growth, created a special environment in which your brain learned to solve creative problems...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, you are truly successful as a designer, what do you suggest to fellow designers, artists, and architects?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Firstly, do not believe the pictures, check all the textures with your own hands. Second. Do not believe the small samples, in the mass, everything will look different. Do not paint the meter, paint the wall. Third. Do not be afraid to remake - this is a much lesser evil than a mediocre result...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, how do you know if a product or project is well designed? how do you define good design?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Great designers create objects that become the standard of excellence of thought and embodiment. It is these images that form the concept of a new subject world among contemporaries...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, who is your favorite designer?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Piero Lissoni, Rodolfo Dordoni, Antonio Citterio… If you rise to the level of these designers, I will become your fan. Grand Park Hotel Rovinj in Rovinj, Croatia, was made by Piero Lissoni. This is very sensual minimalism, in which the master freely operates with a synthesis of space and texture...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what positive experiences you had when you attend the A’ Design Award?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Until you are a recognized designer, you are not entrusted with the execution of large projects. Awards help customers to believe in your competence. Awards are an indicator of design excellence. It helps convince clients because it is interpreted as a trusted, professional, independent, third-party signal of the design quality and design excellence. I feel great to be the Designer of the Day...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what is "design" for you?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Design for me is a prism through which I look at the world. It can also be compared to a movie - you watch a movie and you either believe in the naturalness of the events and it carries you away, or you don’t believe it and you think it’s a fake. Design is the point of application of my strength, that is where I can be effective...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what kinds of works do you like designing most?
Dmitry Pozarenko: I like to do what I’m good at. I make beautiful shops and private residences...

Dmitry Pozarenko, what was the first thing you designed for a company?
Dmitry Pozarenko: I have been working for the same company for a long time. The first thing I was asked to design was a drywall ceiling with an area of 50 square meters. It was necessary from the already existing space to continue the plastic line into the new space. And I took the job with enthusiasm...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what is your favorite material/platform/technology?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Now it is difficult to imagine a design without three-dimensional models. Autodesk 3ds Max and Revit are the main tools. However, a huge number of drawings are hand-executed - and this is a primary: you can build a volumetric model only when you know what and how you want to build...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, when do you feel the most creative?
Dmitry Pozarenko: When I got enough sleep. And when I’m pinned down. Not necessarily by timing, but also by circumstances. For example, suddenly during the design process, it turns out that a huge plume of communications passes through the whole space and it’s impossible to remove it - and this is where the time comes for some amazing ideas...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what kind of emotions do you feel when your designs are realized?
Dmitry Pozarenko: The realization of a beautiful project is a sweet feeling. At such moments it is very strongly felt that thought is material...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, how do you think the "design field" is evolving? what is the future of design?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Design and architecture are experiencing a quiet, but very tangible, technological evolution. Volumetric modeling will grow by leaps and bounds. Programs will become smarter and more powerful, and soon, after five clicks on different pictures, any consumer will be able to get a visual concept to his taste. In other words, I think that living designers have a “golden decade”. "Golden" - because the inhabitants of the planet are becoming richer and their demands in the field of design are growing steadily. In the end, only well-known and eminent bureaus will remain, since all super-expensive projects will need exclusivity, in addition, investors of such projects will be interested in the super competence of performers. All low-budget projects will be executed by programs...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, what are your suggestions to companies for working with a designer? how can companies select a good designer?
Dmitry Pozarenko: A company should realize that its competencies are very far from design and architecture. I would choose specialists or bureaus awarded in the most prestigious competitions, and then review their work and mark the favored ones. At the junction of these two criteria “designs - awards”, I would make my choice...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, from your perspective, what would you say are some positives and negatives of being a designer?
Dmitry Pozarenko: The plus is obvious - you enjoy a beautifully executed project, it’s even more pleasure to drink tea in a fully implemented project. Minus - you will never become rich ... I mean - really rich. There are no designers or architects on the Forbes list. At best, you will earn very well...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, designing can sometimes be a really time-consuming task, how do you manage your time?
Dmitry Pozarenko: Timing helps! The best system for me is an hour and a half of work and a twenty-minute break...
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Dmitry Pozarenko, thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you... To learn more about Dmitry Pozarenko and check more designs by Dmitry Pozarenko as well as to see more Dmitry Pozarenko designs such as Barn by a River, Sense of Forest and Nostalgia visit designeroftheday.com/?155767
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We hope you enjoyed our interview of Dmitry Pozarenko. This interview was made possible by the contributions of A' Design Award and Competition - The World's largest and most influential design accolade. A' Design Award is an annual, international design award open to both concept stage and realized works by designers, artists, architects and brands worldwide. A' Design Award and Competition aims to create a public awareness and understanding of good design by promoting the best designers such as Dmitry Pozarenko and their design works worldwide. Visit designaward.com to learn more.
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https://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=102233
https://competition.adesignaward.com/design.php?ID=46958

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