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Having dedicated a significant time of her career working in film, Martina Dimitrova, resumes her work in design by showcasing her first collection of sculptural furniture titled NOV SLOY at collectible fair 2024.

Balancing roles as both a scenographer and designer, Martina Dimitrova seamlessly incorporates diverse cultural and sculptural elements into her spatial designs and collectibles. Her craft is marked by a hands-on approach inspired by various aspects of house building, coupled with a deep narrative and conceptual focus, as well as exploring the history of her Bulgarian background.

Lead by fundamental manual labor, construction methods, and the use of traditional materials and techniques, she embraces a low-tech philosophy in NOV SLOY. Purposefully manipulating these elements, she skillfully integrates the beauty of coincidence and chaos into her creations, resulting in pieces that exude a blend of roughness, elegance, and timelessness. Going beyond the classical aspirations of old Italian masters to surpass nature, she strives to capture the intangible, introducing an element of the unreal to her work.


Previous commissions/publications include clients and collaborators from the music and fashion industry, such as Sony Music, Universal Music, Reebok, Asics, Namilia, RichertBeil, Harper's Bazaar x Gucci, V Magazine, as well as applied arts for CiaoNow and Volksbühne Berlin, Julian Wiesemes and thx.again (formerly StudioLo Berlin), Maya Sanbar and The World Frontier Forum.

Sofia born, Frankfurt raised, Berlin based.

University of the Arts Berlin // Filmuniversity Babelsberg


In 2022 (Project)LOM launched as a textile-waste project, repurposing premium leftover and luxury deadstock, into soft-sculptures as unique pieces, limited editions and custom requests.

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