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Original short description: "Russian interior designer"

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Sergei Savateev
Native name Сергей Алексеевич Саватеев
Born Sergei Alekseevich Savateev
(1983-08-13) 13 August 1983 (age 36)
Leningrad, USSR
Residence Saint Petersburg, Russia
Nationality Russian
Alma mater Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Occupation interior designer, artist, businessman

Sergei Alekseevich Savateev (Сергей Саватеев, born 13 August 1983; Leningrad, USSR) is an interior designer[1] and artist.


Savateev was born on 13 August 1983 in Leningrad, USSR.


In 2006, he graduated from the Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, and by that time he had been employed with Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau in the position of an engineer for 2 years.

From fall 2008 to spring 2009, while still working for Almaz, he underwent training at the Institute of Cultural Programs, majoring in the Design of the Subject-Space Environment.


After the completion of training, Sergei Savateev quit the engineering business and started a private designer practice as well as collaboration with architecture and design companies.

In December 2009, he submitted an application to a prestigious designer competition, Neuhaus, and was awarded Grade I diploma.

After 2 years of independent work, Sergei made a decision to start his very own design studio. In fall 2010, he launched the Top Interiors studio.

In 2014, the studio was renamed into SAVATEEV DESIGN.

Projects both in Russia and abroad have been completed: in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Ufa, also in Germany, Finland, Israel and the United States.


Year Award Category
2009 NEUHAUS, competition for the best interior design project First degree diploma
2010 NEUHAUS, competition for the best interior design project First degree diploma[2]
2012 High Interior Style competition 3rd degree diploma in the Residential Interior category
2018 Golden Trezzini Awards for Architecture and Design, 2018 Special award[3][4]
2018 Best Color in Interiors 2019, as part of the third quarter-finals of the National Design Championship First place
2019 Golden Trezzini Awards for Architecture and Design, 2019 First place


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