Anastasia Ovtchinnikova was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia. She is a recent graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Interior Design. She is both a student IIDA and ASID member. Involvement in interior design organizations has helped her throughout her education and networking. She held the position for IIDA Campus Center Leader in the Interior Design Organization at SCAD- Atlanta for junior and senior years. Throughout her education at SCAD she also had a heavy focus on graphic design and photography. Traveling the globe is one of her many hobbies and a variety of cultures have inspired her designs and outlooks on life. She enjoys brining her inspirations to life in a very conceptually driven interior space. She is a very detail orientated designer hoping to create unique and innovative spaces. Her goal is to challenge and excite the mind throughout revolutionary and unexpected spaces across the globe. She is a very quick learner and tends to strive under pressure. Her excellent people skills and unique design aesthetic will make her a top performer in any firm. There is a strong interest and appreciation for sustainable design. Future plans are to become LEED AP, further her education and attain a Masters in Architecture or specialized field of Interior Design, while working under an architecture and design firm.
She is currently seeking an interior designer position across the globe where she can make a significant contribution to her team.
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Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, BArch, Interior Design
Winner in Verde Home Rug Design Competition, 1st Place
I was chosen as first place winner in the Verde Home Company Rug Design Competition. This put my creative process to the competitive test. I had derived a concept from my personal cultural heritage to produce the Red Square rug design. Evaluation and feedback from judges consisted of the creativity and correlation to concept and how it was implicated clearly from initial idea to final product. The judges particularly noted the careful consideration of hand tufted design standards, materiality, and color selection. This design is now being offered to customers as part of their permanent product catalogue.