Ekaterina Elizarova is a Russian interior and product designer. Her furniture, lightings and accessories are mostly manufactured in Italy, and can be seen during main design exhibitions in Europe and Asia.
Internationally acclaimed as a premium product designer, Ekaterina creates both commercial collections that are highly demanded in the global market, and limited edition items to decorate refined homes.
Since 2008, Elizarova Design has been creating bespoke interiors for residential and commercial spaces. When handling your home, office or private yacht, we don’t follow trends that quickly come and go. Instead, we use fine materials and traditional practices to create interiors that stay up-to-date for decades.
Ekaterina Elizarova is a recipient of several prestigious national and international design awards such as Red Dot, A’ Design, Elle Decoration Awards, First Russian National Award for the “Contribution to the Development of Design in Russia” of St. Petersburg International Design Forum 2016, Eurasian Prize, Design and Design and others. In 2015, Elle Decoration Russia magazine named Ekaterina as the Best Designer of the Year.
Ekaterina is a member of International Association of Designers (IAD), International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID), International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) and Association of Designers of Russia (ADR). She has participated as a jury member at several design competitions including ADD Awards 2016, AID 2014 and Belarus Design Awards 2014.
In addition to her own brand, Ekaterina works with leading European companies including SMANIA, MATLIGHT MILANO, DE GOURNAY, RM, ASKO, CAPITAL COLLECTION, BOSA, PRECIOSA, GIULIA NOVARS and other internationally recognized brands.
We are open to new collaborations. Just contact us to design a one of a kind object, collection or interior.
Ekaterina studied design at the Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts, and at the University of Huddersfield (UK). Her own unique design style emerged from the combination of Russian and British design schools.