Daniel Nikolovski

Objects —
OAK Series (new!)
Ceramic table (new!)

NASA table
Dragon Series (new!)
Roman Vase (new!)
Bunny Tables (new!)
Obelisk Light
Ripped Carpet
Cusi Pouf
Balzaretti Chair
Fossil Tables
Dino Armchair
Zigzag Mirror
Shell Light
Memory Foam Sofa
Two-Faced House

Kabinet Set Design
Urban Bathing 
Art Gallery 
DC/CD Set Design
Mak Mak Restaurant
Foxglove Bar
Grassroots Restaurant


Daniel Nikolovski (1992) is a Macedonian-born interior and furniture designer, currently living and working in Milan, Italy. His work is narrative-driven and is characterised by the use of sculptural geometries, altering proportions, and through rich range of materials such as: steel, resin, tortoiseshell acetate, boldly-patterned woods and fabrics...


Art Gallery


This project is situated in one of the sheds on 25 Eccleston Place, London, and it explores the questions; what gallery is and what gallery could be. The research I did for this project was about our perception on art in the contemporary art galleries and is there a way to slow down the relationship between the art and the observer.

The concept explores a gallery which offers a journey around the artworks, instead of a room-to-room exhibition spaces. This idea researches how fast do we consume art and study how spaces would look like where art is consumed longer and carefully.

Designer: Daniel Nikolovski
Site: 25 Eccleston Place, Belgravia, London
Type: MA Interior Design, Royal College of Art, 2017
Tutor: Olga Reid

Interior Model Photography

Interior Model Photography Illustration