According to a reputable magazine Architectural Digest, Dima Loginoff is one of the few Russian designers who have achieved fame in the western world.
Initially a hair stylist, Dima got carried away with interior and product design and eventually dedicated his life to it. He simultaneously attended and graduated with honours the International Design School in Moscow and Interior Design School Rhodec in the UK.
Dima has worked for world famous brands such as VitrA, Microsoft, Elle Decoration, Studio Italia Design and others, and won numerous international awards.
In 2012, he was awarded two of the most prestigious awards in the world – an iF product design award and a Red Dot product design award for five ceramic tile collections he had designed for VitrA. The designer has been a two-times nominee for a prestigious Young Designer of the Year award at the ELLE DECO International Design Award. More than 21 designs by Dima Loginoff have been awarded at the DESIGN AND DESIGN International Design Awards in Paris.
Some of the most reputable magazines in the world of design such as Women's Wear Daily, Elle Decoration, Frame, Harper's Bazaar and others have had interviews with Dima. His designs have been featured not only in a huge number of magazines such as Interni, L'Officiel Hommes, Glamoure, Domus, Collezione Trends, Maison Francaise, but in many books as well.
Dima's works have been showcased at some of the most prestigious design fairs such as iSaloni, Maison&Objet, Decorex, Design Week Miami, Moscow Design Week and many more.
The famous New York agency Agenda Inc. which has cooperated with some of the top brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Vivienne Westwood and others has named Dima Loginoff a designer of "shockingly beautiful things".
Today, 35 y.o. Dima continues to create objects of design and furniture for western companies, interior designs, consults companies in the area of trends, gives master classes and works on concept designs.