This Week | Diff. Studio

Victoria Adelaide: Diff. Studio—can you tell us a bit about it?
Iryna Dzhemesiuk: 
I met Vitaliy in 2007 at the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture (KNUCA). We graduated in 2012. After several years of working together—we work well together and are complementary—we created Diff. Studio in 2015. We specialize in contemporary design enriched by different styles, forms, and materials for upscale apartments and private houses worldwide. Each of our projects is a combination of aesthetics and functionality and we believe our experience and style help us create inspiring and comfortable spaces. We now have a great team of professionals, which includes architects and designers, and we each contribute to the studio’s progress.


VA: When you were a child, what did you want to become?
Well, as a child, I didn’t really know what I wanted to become or that I would become an interior designer. I remember I loved to draw. I had a genuine interest in various drawing techniques and I always had this desire to do…

Crush Of The Week | Christian McBride

Victoria Adelaide: Your father and grand-uncle were great bass players. Growing up in such a musically rich family, did you feel a certain amount of pressure to perform at an extremely high level?
Christian McBride: 
Fortunately, I was not pressured by any members of my family. My mother was supportive of anything I wanted to do. I think when you are a child, your aspirations change daily. One day I wanted to be a football player, then another I wanted to be a musician, a police officer, or an athlete. Whatever I wanted to do, my parents—particularly my mother—were supportive. When I decided I wanted to be a musician, that’s because they let me take my time to discover that for myself…

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