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Interior Designer

Tina Komninou

About

Tina Komninou was born in Salonica in 1977.

Tina Komninou

Tina Komninou was born in Salonica in 1977. Her studies include History of Art Courses, a foundation course in London Chelsea University of Art & Design and a BA in Interior Design at Middlesex University in  London.  Her work experience commenced in New York working for Costas Kondylis & Partners, were she was involved in high end projects like the Trump Towers & The Woolworth Building. In 2003 she returned to London and worked for the Architectural Company John McAslan & Partners. Projects in her portfolio include the famous landmark building 'The Roundhouse' in London and another one worth mentioning the renovation of an original John Nash Mansion in Sundridge. Amongst these she also designed many universities which were funded by Lord Harris.
 
In 2008 she returned to Athens and headed up her own company designing high end private residences and renovations of listed mansions throughout Greece.  She Began her collaboration with Yatzer in 2009, she is passionate about being involved in new projects that translate the language of design awareness for all. 'Yatzer has an edge and a clean cut modernity that I strongly believe in.'
 
Her motto: *Never accept limits in what you do. When you reach the ultimate, take a second feel proud for what you have achieved and then move towards creating a new ultimate*{ photo by Ioanna Jejumi }

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