My name is Kseniia Bimbashi.
I am an architectural and interior designer...and Revit coordinator... and Sustainability Lead... and ... I might be wearing a lot of different hats, but at the end I'm a curious, passionate person who likes to design.
It is my true passion, which I inherited from my parents.
Through my career I create convenient, ergonomic and beautiful spaces for people.
My projects come in a variety of scales and styles, ranging from a single room remodeling and private homes to 17-story business centers and athletics complex design. My day-to-day work includes exterior & interior design and documentation, presentation content and coordination with consultants & engineers, sustainability analysis and Revit management
Here is a quick diagram, illustrating my journey in the profession with two master degrees and international work experience
Personal interior practice
Architectural bureau “B2”
Moving to the USA
Arch& Interior Designer, Sustainability & Revit Leader
Master of Architecture
Master of Architecture
Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Qualification architect-designer with a major in Design of the Architectural Space
Master of Interior Architecture
Boston Architectural College
I started my career with a small personal practice as interior designer during my last years in the university in St.Petersburg (Russia). After graduation I was hired as an architect at the Architectural bureau “B2” where I worked for almost 4 years before moving to the USA.
My first job in Boston (the USA) was a paid 5 month internship as an architectural designer at LLC "Isgenuity". After getting my second Master degree (Interior Architecture) I was hired by Sasaki, where I work at the current moment combining the roles of architectural & interior designer, sustainability and Revit leader
Design is a big part of my life. Even though my passion for design branches into several different directions (architecture, interior design, object design, graphic design, sustainability, etc,) people are always in the center of my design. I like to think about my design as a tool of empathy, way to understand people and learn from them. This side of my profession makes my work meaningful, and the puzzle solving nature of design keeps it always interesting.